Where was Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw filmed
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw was filmed in United States of America and United Kingdom.
Hill overlooking Gillin’s Beach
Scene where Hobbs reuniting with family on Samoa at his family home.
Scene was shot Maha'ulepu actually consists of three separate beaches, known as Gillin's Beach, Kawailoa Bay and Ha'ula Beach. Even though it is just about 10 minutes from popular Poipu, the Maha'ulepu area on Kauai's south shore is pristine, beautiful and undeveloped and few visitors come here, partly because it takes a bit more effort to get here than to other more popular beaches on Kauai.
GPS: ['21.8990802764893', '-159.413726806641']
Old Sugar Mill of Koloa
Scene where Home of Hobbs auto/ motorcycle shop in Samoa where Shaw and Hobbs and his family fight Brixton and his men.
Scene was shot The Old Sugar Mill of Kōloa was part of the first commercially successful sugarcane plantation in Hawaiʻi, which was founded in Kōloaon the island of Kauai in 1835 by Ladd & Company. This was the beginning of what would become Hawaii's largest industry. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark on December 29, 1962. A stone chimney and foundations remain from 1840.
GPS: ['21.8994121551514', '-159.44548034668']
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Hobbs, Shaw and Shaw get away leaving Brixton. And he is really pissed.
Scene was shot George Square is the principal square in Glasgow. It is named after King George III. It was laid out in 1781.
GPS: ['55.8606033325195', '-4.24911308288574']
West Wycombe Estate
Scene where Hobbs, Shaw and Hattie just visited Madame M.
Scene was shot West Wycombe Park is a country house built between 1740 and 1800 near the village of West Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, England. It was conceived as a pleasure palace for the 18th-century libertine and dilettante Sir Francis Dashwood. The house was given to the National Trust in 1943 by Sir John Dashwood,
GPS: ['51.6412887573242', '-0.803026020526886']
Scene where Shaw arrives.
Scene was shot Freemasons' Hall in London is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England and the Supreme Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England, as well as being a meeting place for many Masonic Lodges in the London area. The current building, the third on this site, was built between 1927 and 1933 in the art deco style to the designs of architects Henry Victor Ashley and F. Winton Newman as a memorial to the 3,225 Freemasons who died on active service in World War I. Parts of the building are open to the public daily.
GPS: ['51.5149383544922', '-0.121711999177933']