‘Shooter’ is a thriller based on a 1993 novel written by Stephen Hunter entitled ‘Point of Impact’. The movie is about veteran marker Bob Lee Swagger, who lives in exile but was persuaded to wear his hanging weapons and uniform after hearing of a plot to assassinate the President. Later, he finds himself falling twice in an attempt and that forces him to flee while searching for the truth and the real killer.
Like many other action thrillers, ‘Shooter’ is also filled with fun and explosive images, along with the perfect backdrop to make it an attractive and attractive watch.
Shooter Movie Filming Locations
While many ‘Shooter’ scenes were shot in British Columbia, Canada, other places such as California, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, and Maryland were also used to shoot critical scenes.
The main photography began on June 19, 2006, and was apparently completed before the end of the year.
Much of the movie is shot in British Columbia, known for its majestic mountains and the Pacific coast. Cache Creek, a small town 354 miles northeast of Vancouver in British Columbia, was used as one of the ‘Shooter’ recording studios. Using the background provided by Kamloops, where the North and South Thompson river meets, the action movie filmed a few scenes in this Canadian city.
Many important sequences were recorded in New Westminster and surrounding areas, located in the Lower Mainland region of the province. The spot where Swagger fled near the Delaware River was actually shot near the Fraser River.
In addition, a car chase trail where a car crosses a river is fitted with a lens on 6th Street and off Westminster Quay. Also, an incident where Swagger was seen hanging next to a dredger was filmed on the Fraser River, near Pattullo Bridge.
Other duplicate sites such as recording studios for ‘Shooter’ production in this diverse western Canadian province are Ashcroft, Vancouver, Mission, Thompson-Nicola Region, Abbotsford, and Whistler. A series of volcanic eruptions were shot at the icebergs of Rainbow Mountain, which form the north-eastern wall of the Callaghan Valley.
Outside of Pennsylvania, the team also decided to shoot a series of games in California, most notably Benton Crossing Road, Log Cabin in the Backlot of the Universal Studios at 100 Universal City Plaza, and Mammoth Lakes, where the final episode was filmed. a pond of lakes.
The team has moved to the city of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania to film some of the film’s most dramatic scenes. A series of assassinations were recorded at Independence National Historical Park in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
To add drama and extra height to the scene, the shooting scene was made using the exterior of the church building located at the intersection of North 4th Street and New Street. This historical site was also used as a background for other films such as ‘Rocky 2’ and ‘First American.’