Boeing 747 crashed while filming a movie

The real Boeing 747 crashed during the filming of the spy thriller “Tenet” directed by Christopher Nolan.

The scene as the airliner enters the terminal can be seen in the movie trailer, which is expected to be the first major premiere this summer.

Initially, they wanted to shoot films using miniatures and computer graphics, but it turned out to be cheaper to use the old Boeing 747 for these purposes.

As Nolan told Total Film magazine, the film crew was looking for places in Victorville in California and stumbled upon a large repository of old aircraft.

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