Fire exceedingly indemnification ‘Knightfall’ set in Prague: media


PRAGUE A glow exceedingly shop-worn a set for a “Knightfall” radio array during studios in Prague overnight, causing repairs value about $4 million, Czech media reported on Saturday.

Firefighters brought a glow underneath control late on Friday after they used helicopters to dump H2O on a fire during a Barrandov Studios from a circuitously Vltava river, CTK news group reported.

Shooting of a series, depicting a final days of a Knights Templar in a 14th century, was due to start in a Czech Republic this weekend after initial work in Croatia. “Avengers” Jeremy Renner is an executive producer.

The Barrandov studios, determined by late Czech President Vaclav Havel’s uncle in a 1930s, are one of a largest in Europe. Films such as “Mission Impossible” or “Hart’s War” were shot there.

(Reporting by Robert Muller; modifying by David Clarke)


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