ZOMBIES 3: Where was the Disney Plus Movie filmed?
Zombies 3, another heartwarming installment in the Zombies franchise, has debuted on Disney Plus, and many people are interested in knowing where the third movie was filmed.
We cover the exact locations where pivotal scenes of Zombies 3 were filmed, as well as what fans are saying about the franchise’s final film.
Zombies 3 is a Disney Plus Original Movie directed by Paul Hoen and written by David Light and Joseph Raso about Zed and Addison navigating school and competitions amid an alien invasion. Meg Donnelly, Milo Manheim, Matt Cornett and other actors also make appearances.
HOW AND WHERE WAS ZOMBIES 3 MADE?
The majority of Zombies 3 was filmed in and around the Greater Toronto Area and Ontario’s capital, Toronto.
Since the last two films were also shot in Ontario, the cast and crew will be used to filming there.
RuPaul Charles was also brought on board to voice The Mothership in May 2022 when the main cast was rehired for a third film.
The film’s principal photography began in May 2021 and was completed in September of the same year.
LOCATION IN ONTARIO, CANADA
According to The Cinemaholic, a significant scene in the film was filmed on Sugar Beach, which is near the Redpath Sugar Refinery on East Bayfront.
In addition, the nearby Mississauga campus and the University of Toronto were included in numerous sequences.
Trafalgar Castle School and the border between Pickering and Markham were also used as filming locations by the crew.
FANS HAVE ONLY GRATITUDE FOR ZOMBIES 3
Fans have been anticipating Zombies 3 with mixed feelings as it will be the third and final film in the franchise.
The majority of fandom have said how much they would miss the series, with one fan thanking Disney for having “the greatest four years of their lives.”