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Must-See London Locations For Film Buffs
The marble floor and glass chandeliers of Australia House’s entrance hall are unforgettable in "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone," in the scene where Harry and Hagrid are on their way to the goblin-run bank. It’s also featured in "Wonder Woman," "X-Men: First Class," "The High Commissioner," and "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows."
Australia House
As depicted in the film “Darkest Hour,” Sir Winston Churchill held top-secret meetings with his cabinet in The Churchill War Rooms during World War II. Although the filming didn't happen in the actual building, the filmmakers recreated the scenes in the underground war room to look as similar as possible to the real deal.
Churchill War Rooms
In "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the scene in which the Hulk fights against Iron Man was filmed at Brent Civic Centre. "The Theory of Everything," which dramatizes the life of Stephen Hawking, was also filmed in this spot, but filmmakers transformed some parts of the building into a French Hospital.
Brent Civic Centre
With its old-school appearance, Regency Café is a popular filming location, like in "Rocketman," where it was used to capture the humble beginnings of Elton John. The café can be spotted in different scenes of other popular films, such as "Pride" and "Brighton Rock," and BBC series like "London Spy" and "Rescue Me."
Regency Café
There's a famous scene in "Skyfall" where James Bond sits on a black bench as he waits for Q to arrive, with paintings hung on the wall behind him, and the two go on to discuss a painting of a warship. Per James Bond Lifestyle, those paintings, and some others seen in the background, can all be found at the National Gallery.
National Gallery