14 Apr, 2023
By FactsWow Team
Gladiator 2, directed by Ridley Scott, is getting underway with new set photos showing off the film's impressive colosseum.
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After refusing to pledge loyalty to the cruel Emperor, a Roman general who refused to pledge loyalty is stripped of his title and sold into the life of a gladiator in Scott's upcoming film.
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Recently, Denzel Washington, Barry Keoghan, and Paul Mescal joined the cast of Gladiator 2.
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Numerous pictures have been shared from Gladiator 2's set by a Twitter fan account, Paul Mescal Updates, as production ramps up.
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As you can see in the above shots, a new gladiator pit has been built on the Morocco filming location, but the structure is largely made out of wood rather than the large Roman set from the original movie.
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Eventually, the wooden stadium could be part of a larger Roman arena. However, it could also be a part of a different structure as construction continues.
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The highly anticipated, highly discussed sequel Gladiator 2 will be released in 2024, which will be great fun for cinemagoers.
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The upcoming film may have scrapped many of Gladiator 2's original ideas due to Crowe's doubts about returning and Mescal's casting as Lucius.
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However, the smaller arena could also have been a training arena where gladiators honed their skills before participating in the games.
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Despite being unconfirmed, the set photos from Gladiator 2 show an impressive production that matches the original film's set pieces.
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Besides its story, Gladiator earned 12 Oscar nominations and five wins, including Best Picture, for its production values, score, and direction.
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Gladiator 2's practical set shows that, despite changes in filmmaking techniques, it is determined to honor its predecessor while recapturing its epic narrative.
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