New Netflix Film “Six Underground” set in the City of Florence
A new Netflix film starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Michael Bay is taking place in the city of Florence!
According to Deadline.com, Six Underground is based on an original idea from writers and executive producers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who scripted the Deadpool films. The ploat is of course still secret but seems to be based around six billionaires who pretend to die to form a special team that fights crime.
Shooting will take place until 21st, so if you are in town, take a look to the set and you might be lucky meeting some of the actors starring the new movie!
The three base camps will be in Piazza Vittorio Veneto and Lungarno della Zecca Vecchia (from August 14th) and Piazza Ognissanti (from August 24th) which will remain operational until September 22nd. They will be filming also in Piazza Pitti, Piazza della Repubblica, Lungarno Torrigiani and Serristori. The last phase of shooting will concentrate around the Uffizi Gallery, Santa Croce, Santa Maria Novella and San Lorenzo, also Piazza Goldoni, San Niccolo, Via Tornabuoni and the Accademia and Four Seasons Hotel.
The shooting of the film is expected to bring plenty of money to the city as well as help the image of Florence, as explained by the deputy mayor of Florence Cristina Giachi. Netflix committed to Bay’s budget of around $125 million and is set for a worldwide release on Netflix in 2019. The film is expected to bring around 90 million euros in Italy and Bay promises an epic car chase scene like never seen before.