Where was A Wrinkle in Time filmed?

A Wrinkle in Time is based in a sci-fi adventure novel written in 1963 by Madeleine L'Engle, revolving around space-time interdimensional travel and the classic struggle of good and evil. The story follows a young girl trying to save his father, a government astrophysicist, who disappeared after working on a mysterious project, the Tesseract.

The book has been brought to the screen before, but never at the scale of a major motion picture adaptation like this one. Ava DuVernay (Selma, Middle of Nowhere) has become the first black woman to direct a blockbuster film with a budget over $100 million.

A Wrinkle in Time was filmed in California and New Zealand. Location manager Alison Taylor received an award for her job in this project. Here are the spoiler-free filming locations for this new fantasy tale from Disney:

A Wrinkle in Time where filmed
The production was housed at Santa Clarita Studios in Los Angeles County.
Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures


A Wrinkle in Time New Zealand
The wondrous landscapes of New Zealand were digitally altered to be transformed into the utopian planet Uriel. Wrinkle was filming on location on the northern shores of Lake Hawea, near the Hunter Valley Station (the exact spot is located between The Neck and Kidds Bush Reserve). Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures and Philip N Young - Map




A Wrinkle in Time filmed
Outdoor scenes were also shot at Lake Pukaki and Mt Cook National Park area.
Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures and Michi F


A Wrinkle in Time locations
Much of the principal filming was done at the Golden State; The crew was shooting at Sequoia Park, Glatt and U Street in Eureka (Humboldt County). Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures - Map


A Wrinkle in Time set location
Apparently, shoots for planet Camazotz were filmed at several locations around the redwood forests of Humboldt County and at Patrick’s Point State Park. Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures


A Wrinkle in Time shooting locations
Some other confirmed filming locations are the Japanese American National Museum (100 N Central Avenue, Los Angeles) and the Air Force Base in San Pedro. Image by Justefrain




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It was a dark and stormy night... we recommend you the acclaimed original classic book A Wrinkle in Time, part of the Madeleine L'Engle's Time Quintet series (so if the film is a hit, you can expect four more movies: A Wind in the Door, A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Many Waters and An Acceptable Time). This epic adventure is also available as a fabulous Graphic Novel:


  

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