Mexico City continues to be the target of international filmmakers to use capital as the background in their films. This time, the Historical Center of the capital will be the location of the next installment of the Godzilla film to be released March 2019.
In the official report of the megaproduction, it was announced that they will employ about 700 extras per day of filming and will generate about two thousand jobs, in addition to giving worldwide projection to the City.
With the support of Mexico City, the producers Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures bring the country the story of one of the most iconic movie monsters, which will encounter old species to fight for its supremacy and endanger the existence of humans.
One of the locations will be the Plaza de Santo Domingo, which the production said that because of confidentiality can not confirm if it will be destroyed.
For the recording of the scene, on Saturday, August 19, there will be vehicle closures from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in La Academia, from Guatemala Street to Soledad, and in Moneda from Correo Mayor to Jesús María.
In addition, on Sunday, August 20, there will be a full closing at the same points from 05:00 and until 22:00 hours.
Finally, on Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 of this month there will be closure to vehicular access from 05:00 to 22:00 hours in the street Brasil, from Donceles to Colombia; Luis González Obregón and República de Cuba, from República de Argentina to Palma North; Belisario Dominguez and Venezuela, from Palma Norte to Argentina, it will only be open for local transit from Venezuela.
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