A fire has broken out at the legendary Roman film studio, Cinecitta, with a set depicting the Renaissance in Florence partly burned, and Netflix production had to be stopped as well, the incident reported. Limit.
Local media reported that on Monday, a mass of smoke was seen from several kilometers from the film factory. The three firefighting vehicles that arrived at the site were able to control the fire in the early evening hours. A studio spokesman said there were no injuries or significant damage to the groups. Renaissance Florence collections, which were used in earlier projects and are currently being dismantled, also caught fire. The exact cause of the fire has not yet been announced, but local media suspect that the consequences of the heat currently affecting southern Europe are behind the causes. Incidentally, one of the international Netflix productions was filming in the studio when the fire broke out: Charlize Theron Presented with the main character immortal guard They were working on the second part, but filming was temporarily stopped due to the fire.
This was not the first fire Benito Mussolini In the Film Factory Built By: In 2018, the sets are modeled after ancient Rome.
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