Where Was ‘Argylle’ Filmed? A Look at Henry Cavill’s Spy Movie’s Alluring Locations in Real Life

Published 01/19/2024, 11:14 PM EST

The plot of the upcoming spy mystery, Argylle tells the tale of an author who finds herself entangled in a web of real-life espionage suspense. As her literary creations of a dashing super-spy portrayed by Henry Cavill and an enigmatic operative played by Dua Lipa materialize into reality, they embark on a pulse-pounding quest to uncover a villainous cartel. The journey takes these characters on a globe-trot, full to the brim with adrenaline-pumping car chases and plot twists

Much like the characters in the flick, its filming process took the cast on adventures across these countries.

The destinations that serve as a backdrop to Argylle 

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The most picturesque location that Argylle’s main characters rendezvous through is Greece. Some instances from its trailer revealed the Mediterranean nation with white houses perched like pearls on cliffs gleaming in gold sunlight. A clip shared on X (previously Twitter) also showcased John Cena’s character, even emphasizing his coffee to be Greek during a sequence that takes place in the postcard-perfect panorama of the Southeast European country. 

While the central character in the movie, Elly Conway is American, Dua Lipa’s Lagrange role carries a distinct British accent. So, as expected the USA and England made for the main settings where shooting took place. In the USA, it spanned across a multitude of locations, including studios. Whereas in England the crew is believed to have used the cozy hamlet of Bovingdon besides Greenford and Royal Park studios in London.

Speaking of England, British peeps will get to enjoy some additional perks today and tomorrow when it comes to the Argylle experience. 

An immersive Argylle opportunity in London

Earlier this month, an Argylle pop-up experience was announced to take place in London on the 20th and 21st of January. The intriguing experience offers guests a chance to check out props used in the film and even dive into scenes with a chance to enact some. Additionally, it will feature an Alfie the cat-themed giant photo booth, and a smoke illusion room from a pivotal scene. Most importantly, it is free of cost!

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Besides this unique interactive pop, London natives have another treat in store for them in the coming week. The film announced a special screening taking place in the metropolitan on the 25th of January. Not only can Londoners view the film a week before audiences in the USA, but they will also have a chance to sit in on a Q&A session with its director Matthew Vaughn. 

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Which shoot location are you looking forward to seeing the most in the movie? Tell us your pick in the comments. 

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Ibadat Kaur

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Ibadat Kaur is an entertainment writer at Netflix Junkie. Her love for Narcos & Pedro Pascal is what brought her to the world of entertainment news. She has immense love for historical and investigative documentaries on people and cultural practices.

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