Just came across these pics of Brad Pitt on JustJared
View more pics of Brad Pitt on the shooting location in Glasgow here
The actual filming of the upcoming Brad Pitt’s movie “World War Z” has finally started today. While passing by the George Square in the morning (enroute to Office!), I saw all the extras had been assembled on the Cochrane street and it was quite crowded.
The atmosphere was looking more lively than ever and there was big entourage of American cars/taxis on the street. It really felt like an American city center for a change! (in contrast to mostly quiet and less crowded streets of Glasgow)
I will try to update the post later in the evening today, (once am back from the work) with most recent pics from day 3. So stay tuned!
P.S. You can catch the live action of filming on this webcam
Today was the second day of filming WWZ in Glasgow city center. Shooting has not started yet. Preliminary preparations for the shoot are still underway. Things have started to take shape with the gradual Americanization of the Scottish city.
American flags were placed atop some of the main buildings in George sq.
Army jeeps have also been brought in today to be used in the shoot.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie along with their kids arrived to Glasgow today via Virgin Train. They reportedly hired the entire train to transport their family to Glasgow for filming of World War Z. Actual filming is expected to commence from tomorrow.
Below are some other random pics from the Day 2. Enjoy!
Today was the first day of filming for Brad Pitt’s new zombie film, ‘World War Z’, in Glasgow. The city center will be transformed into a post apocalyptic war-torn ruin. Glasgow will double for the US city of Philadelphia, with false shop fronts being constructed and American cars on the roads.
The film crew were busy transforming the George Square into Philadelphia today and all the roads were barricaded with no access to traffic. The actual shooting is supposed to start from Wednesday once everything is in place. I took some quick snaps and couple of videos of the film location, while coming back from work. Will keep on updating the blog about any latest developments, photos and vids relating to World War Z in Glasgow.