July 29, 2021

'Rambo V'will leave more than eight million euros in Tenerife – La Provincia

'Rambo V'will leave more than eight million euros in Tenerife - La Provincia

The Cabildo estimates that the filming of the film Rambo V in Tenerife will leave on the Island more than eight million euros. This has been announced by the president of the Island Corporation, Carlos Alonso, who emphasizes that the recording of this production "has important positive effects both for the promotion of the Island and for its economy, taking into account the professionals who move for the recording , the expenses in accommodation, the maintenance and the transport, the hiring of extras or the purchases of material ".

In this same line, the insular councilor of Tourism, Alberto Bernabé, recalls that Tenerife once again places itself as an international benchmark for the filming of large productions "thanks to its excellent natural conditions, which allow recreating any script such as the case of Rambo V – whose story takes place in Mexico and Arizona – a fiscal framework very competitive that allows a deduction of 40% of the expenses made in our territory and a local audiovisual sector very powerful and prepared to give support to these productions ".

Rambo V will begin to roll in various locations of Tenerife on Thursday the 15th for approximately three weeks. Saint Ursula, the neighborhoods of Cepsa, Ifara, Somosierra, New Neighborhood Y Health, in Santa Cruz; Taco Y Llano del Moro (The lagoon); accesses to Cross port; Tenerife Environmental Complex (Arico) and the roads around the Teide National Park are some of the places where scenes from this action movie starring will be recorded Sylvester Stallone Y Paz Vega.

Produced by Millenium, through the company Nu Boyana Canarias – which will also be responsible for the shooting of the movie War Pigs with Mel Gibson and Colin Farrel for the next year – the shooting of Rambo V will have a technical staff of around 400 people in addition to a large number of extras and extras hired on the island.

The Cabildo, through Turismo de Tenerife and its Film Commission, has been in permanent contact with the production company to coordinate the management of the necessary premises for the recording.


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