Famous Superman Scene To Be Re-Created In MK

8 April 2016, 18:14

A famous Hollywood scene from the Superman movies - set in Milton Keynes is to be re-created.

In Superman IV starring Christopher Reeves and Gene Hackman, the superhero was seen flying past the United Nations building which was in real life, Central Milton Keynes station.

As part of the International Festival in MK this July that scene's going be re-created in time for the 30th anniversary of the movie.

Using local people, Internationally renowned UK artist Richard DeDomenici - who has pioneered a series of creative and witty recreations of sections of popular films around the world - will bring his Redux Project to the city to take on Superman IV.

Richard will reshoot key scenes from the original film during IF: 2016, the 30th anniversary of the film being made.

The new footage will be screened alongside the original scenes in a special cinema experience for participants and the wider public to enjoy over the Festival’s Closing Weekend.

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