When film and TV producers are looking for a subway station to shoot in London, Charing Cross is the obvious choice. And for good reason, the station has a platform entirely closed to the public, ideal for filming spectacular sequences in an authentic setting. Already widely exploited by various productions since the beginning of the 1980s, Charing Cross saw the arrival of Morbius, the Marvel vampire, accompanied by his antagonist, during a scene where the tortured anti-hero learns to fly.
The director Daniel Espinosa did not have to close the station to the public. A comfort comparable to that offered by the Porte des Lilas station in Paris, which is also entirely dedicated to the production of feature films, series and other music videos and commercials.
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Charing Cross Station
A must-see station in the city of Westminster, Charing Cross is one of the most popular movie stars in the British capital.
Opened on 10 March 1906, Charing Cross subway station has been modified and renovated several times since its opening. It has a section closed to the public, which is regularly used for filming movies and other series. Over the years, the station has been used in movies and TV shows such as An American Werewolf in London, 28 Weeks Later, Thor: The Dark World, Killing Eve and Morbius.
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