Film stars to visit Glasgow in the past include Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johannson, and Chris Pine – and the stream of top movies and shows isn't stopping yet. Here are some films and television shows that have recently been set in Glasgow.

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Stars: Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz

Batman was seen filming in Necropolis last year, with Robert Pattinson decked out in his Batman costume, driving through the cemetery. In the trailer, seen here, if you look at 1.08 you can see the famous Necropolis. The film reboot of the franchise is directed by Matt Reeves. It is due to be released in March 2022.

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Stars: Taron Egerton

Tetris was seen filming in Morrison Street in the Tradeston area of Glasgow, transforming the streets into the setting of 1980s Moscow. The film is about the Cold War legal disputes over the ownership of the game of Tetris. Egerton, who plays game developer Henk Rogers, was seen donning a moustache for the role in the back of an old Moskvich 412 car. It is due for release in 2022.

Stars: Sanom Kapoor Ahuja

Blind is a remake of a 2011 Korean action movie with the same name, and was seen to be filming in the City Centre and Tradeston. The film follows a policewoman who loses her sight after a car accident, only to find her other senses develop so she can help a police investigation. The release date so far is unknown.

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Stars: Vanessa Hudgens

This Christmas film is a sequel to the Princess Switch and a key scene was filmed at Glasgow Cathedral. The American romantic comedy follows Stacy and Margaret Delacourt, the Duchess of Montenaro who look exactly alike and so switch. It was released on Netflix to watch in November 2020 and has received positive reviews.

Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Richard Madden, George MacKay

This WW1 blockbuster used the former Govan Graving Docks at the River Clyde as a backdrop. With a budget of $95 million, the Sam Mendes directed film is loosely based on a true story of Mendes’ grandfather. The film was released in January 2020 and has since won a BAFTA for Best Film, a Golden Globe for Best Picture (Drama) and three Oscars.

Glasgow Times:

Stars: Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters

This 2019 release was set and filmed in Glasgow, in particular at the legendary venue the Grand Ole Opry, as well as The Old Fruitmarket. It follows the story of a 23-year-old Glaswegian woman Rose-Lynn Haran who dreams of becoming a Nashville country star. At 0.42, you can see Buckley on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.

Stars: Mark Bonnar, James Sives, Emun Elliot

The second series of mystery and thriller Guilt is set to air in 2021. It premiered as a four part series for the BBC Scotland channel in 2019. A studio was built at Parkhouse Business Park and Parnie Street in Glasgow’s Trongate was transformed into an Edinburgh street for the series. Guilt won a 2020 Scottish BAFTA for Best Drama, and has a rare 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Glasgow Times:

Stars: Nicola Walker

The six part series has been filmed in and around Glasgow, and sees Norweigan detective inspector Annika Strandhed head up a new marine homicide unit. Adapted from a successful Radio 4 drama, the filming takes place in Partick, Bellahouston and High Street throughout March.