Jude Law’s new movie Firebrand was shot entirely at Derbyshire stately home Haddon Hall, it has been revealed in the week of the premiere at Cannes Film Festival.
Shooting a whole film in just one location is a rarity and Firebrand is estimated to have pumped more than £3.1million into the Peak District economy.
Firebrand stars Tomb Raider's Alicia Vikander as Catherine Parr, the final wife of King Henry VIII (portrayed by Jude Law). The film charts Catherine’s torment at the hands of the cruel king and how her iron will helped her avoid the death sentence that befell her predecessors Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.
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