Jack Reacher Never Go Back
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Jack Reacher Never Go Back

About midway through the Tom Cruise action sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back,” the main characters’ travels take them to New Orleans. If you watch closely, though, the Crescent City is featured in the film from the very first frame, as the whole film was shot in town. Here’s a rundown of shooting locations used in director Ed Zwick’s movie, which opens in wide release on Friday (Oct. 21):

The very first scene of “Never Go Back” sees Cruise’s main Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice character engage in a dust-up with a pair of small-town cops in an unidentified town. That town, as it turns out, is LaPlace in St. John the Baptist Parish just outside of New Orleans. The majority of the scene takes place at a long-defunct coffee shop that was cleaned up and “reopened” for the film’s purposes. Clearly visible next door is the Troxie Motel, which still operates on Airline Highway.

Early in the film, Cruise and co-star Cobie Smulders find themselves on the run in Washington, D.C. As prominently as the nation’s capital figures into the story, the production never shot there, according to Zwick. Rather, it shot in places including New Orleans’ Lafayette Square (pictured) — which can be seen clearly in one scene — as well as on the streets Nocturnal Animals of Baton Rouge, with exterior shots of D.C. cleverly woven in to help sell the illusion.

Duration: 118 min

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IMDb: 6.1

Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back
Jack Reacher Never Go Back