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Bumblebee: The Movie
Bumblebee Movie's Improvised Scene Locations Change End of Brighton Falls
BaCon - Thursday, September 07, 2017


By now, we have traveled the United States, and the World, watching Transformers movies. When it came to the 6th Transformers movie being made in California. Paramount called in Jonathan “JJ” Hook to locate places to shoot the scenes. Which, the location choices have gone so well, its lead to a rewriting of the Brighton Falls (working name) script. Read on for insights on the challenges of filming on location and more on the Bumblebee film after the jump.
“Vallejo has got great bones,” he said of the town’s infrastructure. “It’s an Anywhere America, Back-to-the-Future type vibe. The great thing about Vallejo is there aren’t these huge chain stores. There a few other cities in California like it, but not that many. The city hasn’t been turned into a strip mall.”

Mare Island’s drydocks have been perfect for “Bumblebee,” said Hook.

So good, he noted, “the ending of the movie was re-written after finding the location.”

The “Transformer” films allow the improvisation, he said. Not so with a movie like “Inception,” where “you have a completely finished, polished script before you start and honor every word.”


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