Wow! Trafalgar Square Has Been Transformed Into Wartime Scene

It seems that last weekend, London took a little step back in time…and with some incredible results! Filming for a Hollywood Blockbuster meant that Trafalgar Square was transformed into what can only be described as a scene from the First World War. Roads leading to the iconic central London landmark were closed for nearly four hours while production crews filmed scenes for Wonder Woman, a DC Comics film starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

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Passers-by tweeted their excitement after spotting Union Jacks, vintage vehicles and dozens of people in military-style trenchcoats for what appeared to be an army homecoming.


Earlier this month, a double-decker bus was blown up on Lambeth Bridge as part of a stunt for The Foreigner, starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan. London’s still got it! Oh yeaahhh…

The film is set to be released in June next year.

Featured Image Credit: BBC

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