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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Ben Wheatley’s ‘The Meg’ Sequel Begins Filming in the UK This Month

Jason Statham will be back as Jonas Taylor in director Ben Wheatley‘s (Kill List, SightseersA Field in EnglandHigh-RiseRebecca, In the Earth) upcoming sequel to big-budget shark attack horror movie The Meg, and we’ve learned that filming is now getting set to begin!

KFTV reports that The Meg 2 will begin filming in the United Kingdom the week of January 24, with production taking place at “Warner Bro. Studios, Leavesden.” The studio complex in Southeast England was notably used for the many Harry Potter movies, as well as films including Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow, The Dark Knight, Inception, and Last Night in Soho.

“Shooting will run until late May,” the site notes.

As you may recall, Statham was bummed that the 2018 movie was ultimately rated PG-13, despite signing on for what he believed to be a much more violent project. Statham is said to be more creatively involved in the sequel, which could help bring some more bloody carnage into the mix. But that’s purely wishful thinking at this time. Stay tuned for more.

The sequel’s script has been written by Dean Georgaris and Jon & Erich Hoeber.

Jon Turteltaub’s The Meg, based on Steve Alten’s Meg novels, was released in theaters back in 2018, devouring over $500 million at the worldwide box office. Jason Statham starred as heroic shark-slayer Jonas Taylor, part of a group of scientists exploring the Mariana Trench who encounter the largest marine predator that has ever existed – the Megalodon.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3699862/ben-wheatleys-meg-sequel-begins-filming-uk-month/

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