Aaron Taylor-Johnson confirmed the fact that Sony’s Kraven the Hunter film was entirely shot on location. This makes it different from other Marvel films.
Variety reports that Taylor-Johnson spoke at the Sony presentation at CineEurope where he discussed his experience filming Kraven the Hunter. He revealed that the entire film was taken over by MCU veterans.
Similar to Marvel productions that used both studio shots and real-world locations, Kraven’s studio shot is very similar. Taylor-Johnson did not explain why they chose this shot, but there will be more information once filming is completed on Sony’s Spider-Man Universe spinoff.
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Taylor-Johnson stated that his thoughts were on the shooting, not aliens or wizards. He is a hunter and a master. He is a lover of animals and protects the environment. He also said that his cool personality is “the greatest, strongest, and most powerful man’s rival”.
In 1964, Tom started the Marvel Spider-Man. Taylor-Johnson was signed to a multi-film deal with THR to play the iconic comic character. His first film, which he starred in in January, hit theaters before several Spider-Man spinoffs.