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“It’s not genuine,” Loki Laufeyson (Tom Hiddleston) pointed out while taking time around the headquarters of the Office of Variance. “It is,” replied Agent Mobius (Owen Wilson).

Mobius is right. Because of the movie Doctor Strange– The unique value of the Disney + TVA building Log would not surprise anyone if much of its scenes had been shot against the green screen; it’s so riveting, it serves as a backdrop for the official poster. Yet such a monument exists in this universe, and it is called Atlanta Marriott Marquis hotel.

this means you don’t have to confuse the timeline to get to the 52-story architectural joy. Plus, starting at US $ 107 per night, you would be happy to be here.

Completed in 1985 architect John C. Portman, Jr., a four-star, 1663-room hotel costing a high $ 150 million, The house is beautiful reports. At the time, its 470-foot-high Atrium – an iconic wallpaper of several scenes Log– owned the title of the highest atrium in the world.

Of course, Marvel Studios took creative liberties to dramatize the setting, including adding mammoth statues of the Guardians in front of the elevators and replacing atrium seats with cityscape flying vehicles.

Except for Log, this Marriott feature also appeared in notable films such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fireand The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1and Spider-Man: Homecoming.


Video screenshot via Disney +


Video screenshot via Disney +


Video screenshot via Disney +


Video screenshot via Disney +


Video screenshot via Disney +

[via Luxurylaunches and House Beautiful, images via various sources]

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