Where was the movie Dredd filmed?

Produced by British studio DNA Films, Dredd began principal photography, using 3D cameras throughout, in November 2010. Filming took place on practical sets and locations in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Dredd was released on 7 September 2012 in the United Kingdom and on 21 September worldwide.

What year is Dredd set in?

Dredd proceeds in lockstep with the real world, time-wise. So the series started in 1977 / 2099, and 2012 stories are set in 2134.

Where is Judge Dredd from?

Mega-City One
Judge Dredd is a law enforcement and judicial officer in the dystopian future city of Mega-City One, which covers most of the east coast of North America….

Judge Dredd
Team affiliations Mega-City One Justice Department Luna 1 Justice Department
Notable aliases The Dead Man

Is Dredd a cyberpunk?

Dredd (2012): Gritty Cyberpunk Action Judge Dredd is a Cyberpunk action film from 2012 that was written and produced by Alex Garland, and directed by Pete Travis.

Why didn’t they make a second Dredd?

The movie only managed to make approximately $41 million worldwide against a reported budget of $50 million. Thanks to this lackluster financial performance, a big-screen sequel to Dredd is incredibly unlikely.

What is Judge Death?

Judge Death, born Sidney De’ath, is the main antagonist of the 2000 AD comic strip Judge Dredd. He is the leader of the Dark Judges, as well as the archenemy of Dredd himself. He is also, in many ways, what Dredd could have become if taken to the most extreme, as he, too, is a merciless enforcer of law.

Did Stallone wear contacts Judge Dredd?

Sylvester Stallone and Armand Assante, who play brothers, both wear contact lenses in this film to give them blue eyes. Yet both have brown eyes in real life.

Does Judge Dredd ever take his helmet off?

He admitted it was hard to act with your face hidden, but he wouldn’t have done it any other way. Karl said: “I was a fan of Judge Dredd as a teenager and when I read the script I was very pleased to see that Alex Garland had been faithful to the original concept and the fact that Dredd didn’t remove his helmet.