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Or at least it will be. I’m in a town square, surrounded by retro huts and buildings lined with green vines and red roses, but the place is sparse and unpopulated: just me and a handful of others investigating the scenery. On top of most edifices are large sheets of blue material, which, I am told, are “digital extensions” – empty canvasses that will be adorned in the editing room with CGI skylines. The cutting-edge magic of the movies will transform this unpromising environment into the gleaming world of .

Making this vision even stranger is the presence of a giant rollercoaster looming above us. We are at Village Roadshow Studios in the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, in a part of town that usually attracts movie fans rather than movie-makers. Next door is an amusement park, Warner Bros Movie World, to which the rollercoaster belongs.