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[PHOTOS] Latest Pics from the Set of Robin Hood in Dubrovnik

Robin Hood film set in Dubrovnik (image: The Dubrovnik Times)

With only 26 days until filming starts in Dubrovnik on Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast for Robin Hood: Origins, building of the set has gone into overdrive.

The Otto Bathurst directed and Leonardo DiCaprio produced film, which will star actors Jamie Foxx and Jamie Doran from Fifty Shades of Grey fame, will film in Dubrovnik for three weeks starting on 20 February.

Various locations around the Old City will be used for filming, including the port, the main street Stradun and St. Dominic Street.

Stradun (image: The Dubrovnik Times)

The film’s premiere at the box office is planned for January 2018 and Dubrovnik’s mayor revealed earlier this month that the film will be the first in a trilogy.

Check out the latest photos the set of Robin Hood courtesy of The Dubrovnik Times.

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