Want to know where Edge of Tomorrow from 2014 was filmed? The movie starring Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt and Brendan Gleeson was shot at more than 5 locations, including The Mall in London, United Kingdom. All the filming locations of Edge of Tomorrow are listed below.
Major Bill Cage is an officer who has never seen a day of combat when he is unceremoniously demoted and dropped into combat. Cage is killed within minutes, managing to take an alpha alien down with him. He awakens back at the beginning of the same day and is forced to fight and die again... and again - as physical contact with the alien has thrown him into a time loop.
Action, Science Fiction
Australia, United States of America
Tom Cruise (Cage), Emily Blunt (Rita), Brendan Gleeson (General Brigham), Bill Paxton (Master Sergeant Farell), Jonas Armstrong (Skinner), Tony Way (Kimmel), Kick Gurry (Griff) more..., Franz Drameh (Ford), Dragomir Mrsic (Kuntz), Charlotte Riley (Nance), Masayoshi Haneda (Takeda), Terence Maynard (Cruel Sergeant), Noah Taylor (Dr. Carter), Lara Pulver (Karen Lord), Madeleine Mantock (Julie), Assly Zandry (Infirmary Nurse), Sebastian Blunt (Young Soldier / Tarmac), Beth Goddard (Secretary - Judith), Ronan Summers (Dog Soldier 1), Aaron Romano (Dog Soldier 2), Usman Akram (Dog Soldier 3), Bentley Kalu (Dog Soldier 4), Mairead McKinley (Bar Maid), Andrew Neil (Old Man), Martin Hyder (Drunk), Tommy Campbell (Drop Ship Pilot), John Dutton (Old Man 2), Harry Landis (Old Man 3), Rachel Handshaw (Military Spokesperson 1), Martin McDougall (Military Spokesperson 2), Anna Botting (Sky News Anchor (Herself)), Jane Hill (BBC News Anchor (Herself)), Erin Burnett (CNN News Anchor (Herself)), Dany Cushmaro (Channel 2 News Anchor (Himself)), David Kaye (UDF Commercial (voice)), Jackson (Refugee Dog), Daniel Westwood (British Soldier (uncredited))
Christopher McQuarrie (Screenplay), Hiroshi Sakurazaka (Novel), Hidemi Fukuhara (Executive Producer), Joby Harold (Executive Producer), Jason Hoffs (Producer), Jez Butterworth (Screenplay), John-Henry Butterworth (Screenplay) more..., Gregory Jacobs (Producer), Tom Lassally (Producer), Jeffrey Silver (Producer), Erwin Stoff (Producer), David Bartis (Executive Producer), Christophe Beck (Original Music Composer), Dion Beebe (Director of Photography), James Herbert (Editor), Lucinda Syson (Casting), Oliver Scholl (Production Design), Ravi Bansal (Art Direction), Alastair Bullock (Art Direction), Mark Harris (Art Direction), Christian Huband (Art Direction), Jason Knox-Johnston (Art Direction), Stephen Swain (Art Direction), Gary Tomkins (Art Direction), Elli Griff (Set Decoration), Will Coubrough (Assistant Art Director), Jordana Finkel (Assistant Art Director), Terry Heggarty (Standby Painter), Robert Hochstoeger (Assistant Art Director), Graeme Purdy (Property Master), Pollyanna Seath (Art Department Coordinator), Jeffrey D. Simon (Assistant Art Director), Nicholas Williams (Standby Painter), Peter Burgis (Foley), Dominic Gibbs (Supervising Sound Editor), Ben Meechan (Sound Effects Editor), Dan Morgan (Dialogue Editor), Jason Swanscott (Foley), Jess Lewington (Special Effects Coordinator), Gary Brozenich (Visual Effects Supervisor) and others.
RatPac Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, VIZ Media, 3 Arts Entertainment, Warner Bros. Pictures
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Major Cage visites the United Defense Force headquarters where he meets general Brigham.
Taking a break from the army base, Cage rides his bike through the city.
Cage looks at the beginning of the invasion into the London from the bridge.
William 'Bill' Cage arrives at Trafalgar Square by helicopter.
Major Cage takes time out in the London pub and gets called a coward for not fighting.