It’s been called Marvel’s answer to James Bond and Secret Invasion will see Samuel L Jackson reprise his role as Nick Fury when Disney Plus’s new series premieres on our screens in Spring 2023. With the trailer release this week FilmFixer London boroughs featured extensively in this latest MCU production, with multiple locations being used across the capital.
Ben Mendelsohn co-stars alongside Jackson as a fellow Skrull Talos — characters who first met in Captain Marvel. They are joined by Kingsley Ben-Adir, Emilia Clarke and Olivia Colman. Disney Plus describes Secret Invasion as “a crossover event series that showcases a faction of shapeshifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years.”
London impressively doubled up for sections of Moscow and Paris, as the action moved between the two cities.
FilmFixer’s London Borough of Bromley took a starring role, with the middle area of the stairs in Crystal Palace Park dressed and lit to double as the banks of the Seine, for a scene featuring an ambush and the killing of an alien spy.
Over in the London Borough of Camden, Willoughby Street, Malet Street, Keppel Street, Montague Place and Bedford Way were all dressed and filmed to stand in for parts of Moscow. With the art department dressing a Russian shop in Willoughby Street. Also look out for Bloomsbury Square, which is home to a secret Russian lair hidden away in a basement car park, which is raided by investigating police.
Still in North London, the FilmFixer borough of Islington’s Clere Street doubles up as a Russian checkpoint for a vehicle sequence that sees the action move off towards Tabernacle Street
Further action sequences also took place in the London Boroughs of Haringey (Love Lane) and Lee Valley (Lee Park Valley).
FilmFixer facilitated a large amount of traffic management for the various shoot days in the London borough of Bromley. The production also made the most of unit bases across the capital, including the London boroughs of Southwark, Islington and Bromley.