The School for Good and Evil hits Netflix today. So, you might be able to spot some recognisable Northern Irish locations featured in the exciting fantasy film.
A brand new Netflix movie filmed in Northern Ireland is finally hitting the famous streaming service today.
Starring big names such as Charlize Theron, Cate Blanchett, and Kerry Washington, The School for Good and Evil is an epic fantasy drama set in an enchanted school.
Written and directed by Paul Feig, known for Bridesmaids and Ghostbusters, the movie is one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year.
An exciting new released ‒ filmed in iconic locations across Northern Ireland
The brand new Netflix movie was filmed in Northern Ireland back in 2021, with the majority of filming taking place in Belfast.
Based on the bestselling 2013 fantasy novel of the same name by Soman Chainani, The School for Good and Evil tells the story of two best friends, Sophie (Sophia Anne Caruso) and Agatha (Sofia Wylie), who find themselves on opposing sides of an epic battle.
Set in an enchanted school that trains aspiring heroes and villains, the movie is set to be one of the biggest fantasy releases of 2022.
The perfect filming location ‒ the latest Netflix movie filmed in Northern Ireland
The latest in a long line of movies and TV shows filmed in Northern Ireland, The School for Good and Evil, was shot across Belfast in mid-2021.
Speaking to Belfast Live, acclaimed actor and director Paul Feig revealed that he made Belfast his home during filming. Falling in love with the city, he said he “would shoot here again in a heartbeat”.
The film features a star-studded cast with big names such as Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Cate Blanchett, Laurence Fishburne, and Ben Kingsley among the line-up.
The latest in a long line of projects filmed in Northern Ireland, we can’t wait to see some spots from across the country hit our screens today.
Filming locations across Belfast ‒ spots to look out for
The new Netflix movie filmed in Northern Ireland hits screens today. So, make sure to grab your snacks, get cosy, and get ready to watch.
Along the way, you might spot some famous locations from across Belfast and wider Northern Ireland. Spots that feature in the movie include the interior of St Anne’s Cathedral and St Peter’s Church in the Antrim Road area.
Offering an old-timey feel, filming also took place at the Ulster Folk Museum in Cultra, just outside of Belfast city. The crew also set up at Clandeboye Estate, which covers 2,000 acres of land containing woodlands, formal and walled gardens, a lake, and more.
Heading further outside of the city, the team also filmed at Castle Archdale and Big Dog Forest in County Fermanagh. Belfast Harbour Studios and Mount Stewart also featured heavily in the filming.