According tomedia IndieWire, the film “Creed” was shot with a huge temporary studio, and director Nolan said it was one of the biggest outdoor scenes in history. The site is a dusty and sunny land about 80 miles east of Palm Springs, California, a city of ruins of destroyed buildings and rubble, with hundreds of makeshift actors in camouflage.
In the film, John David Washington and Aaron Taylor-Johnson run through the streets, Robert Pattinson chases in an armored vehicle, and another truck behind him, with Nolan filming the scene with an IMAX camera. The director said: “This scene is sure to become one of the largest outdoor set-up scenes in the history of the film.” It’s too big! “
It remains to be seen whether Creed, which will be released in North America on July 31, will be as powerful as it sounds.