Shooting in Prague

Hostel... again

Hostel, a bloodbath horror, a blockbuster in USA cinemas will have a sequel. The story about horrific experiences of three friends in Bratislava, capitol of Slovakia will be shoot in Czech Republic again.

First movie, what with small budget earn tens of millions, was for older 18 and it had a subtitle “Try not to vomit” in Europe cinemas. The sequel should be more bloodier than the first movie.

As a first movie Hostel 2 would be shot in Prague, Cesky Krumlov and also in Carlsbad. The director and writer is Eli Roth from USA, cast will be from USA and Czech Republic, most of the crew are from Czech Republic and some songs in the movie will be from Czech interprets as it was in the first movie.

Barrandov studios - future No.1 in moviemaking

Barrandov studios will expand. 4 000 square meters of new movie studio complex will make Barrandov studios second biggest studios in Europe and first in technical support. New complex will have soundproof premises, which Europe biggest studio – London Pinewood hasn’t.

Foundation-stone was set 20th April. Total cost of complex is more than one hundred thousands Czech crowns. This will be addition to original part from 1933 and three complexes built in time of Protectorate Czech and Moravia, where Czechoslovakia was taken by Hitler’s Germany.

Prague is very popular destination for movie makers, because here is very good technical and personal support with leading of Barrnadov studios, and it is much cheaper to travel from Hollywood to Czech Republic, shoot from movie as much as it gets and travel back, than do the whole movie in USA. In additional, Czech Republic has very much from intact history than other countries, so it is best place to make historical movies like From Hell with Johny Depp or Napoleon with Gerard Depardieu. Now is shoot James Bond in Prague and many other movies were and will be shoot.

James Bond news

Everyone have seen at least one movie with legendary agent 007. A newest movie called Casino Royale is shooted at Prague Barandov studios right now. We are bringing you news from Sneek and peek.

Also at today’s late afternoon press conference at the Czech Republic’s Barrandov Studios, Campbell said the new Bond girl casting is down to “two or three” and “you’ll just have to wait to find out.” Actresses Eva Green and Olivia Wilde are considered finalists.