The filming of the Hollywood action film “Dirty Angels”, starring Eva Green and directed by Martin Campbell, who has also produced two James Bond films, will begin in Thessaloniki in the next 24 hours.
The governor of Central Macedonia, Apostolos Tzitzikostas, recently stated the film has a cost of around 35 million euros, of which approximately 25 million will be spent in the local area.
Filming will take place in Thermi, Asvestochori, and Peraia studios, in areas of western Thessaloniki, in mountainous Halkidiki and other sites.
“We are talking about at least 250 new jobs for this film, Greeks, capable people, young people who now, after so many years, had no place to work based on their studies, find a way and are absorbed through this mobility. Filming will last three months in Greece. Then the film will be completed in Morocco, and in the post-production, Thessaloniki will also star in this film,” the regional governor pointed out.
Dirty Angels, the Film
Actor Ruby Rose will feature alongside Eva Green in the upcoming movie 'Dirty Angels'. The film will be directed by Martin Campbell, best known for James Bond blockbusters GoldenEye' and 'Casino Royale.
Set against the backdrop of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021, the story follows a group of female soldiers providing medical relief who are sent back in to rescue a group of kidnapped teenagers caught between ISIS and the Taliban.
The movie, which has a script by Alissa Silverman, will start production in December in Morocco and Millennium Media's Nu Boyana Studio in Greece.
Signature Pictures' Moshe Diamant, Millennium Media's Rob Van Norden and Yariv Lerner are producing the project. Executive producers include Avi Lerner, Boaz Davidson, Trevor Short, Jonathan Yunger, and Jeffrey Greenstein.
Rose is best known for featuring in hit action movies such as 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage, 'John Wick: Chapter 2', 'The Meg' and 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.