Stepping off the Hercules C130J onto a deserted pan, the rugged war-worn soldier slowly walked to the desolate Air Terminal with his head down and kit slung over his shoulder. This was the scene being filmed with Sean Bean at RAF Lyneham on Sunday 7 May 2006 for a new film production called “Outlaw” by Vertigo Films.
Vertigo Films approached RAF Lyneham back in March asking to use the Hercules to film some scenes for their new film “Outlaw” written by Nick Love; RAF Lyneham was glad to help out. The film crews were very efficient and no sooner had they off loaded their equipment onto the aircraft, they had taken the shots they needed and were ready to pack up and go. Sean Bean was a complete gentleman and took time out of his tight filming schedule to be shown around the Hercules C130J and chat to the Ground Engineers who were helping out.
Writer / Director Nick Love said:
"The filming went smoothly without any glitches thanks to the preparation and organisation by RAF Lyneham. I am very grateful for all the help and assistance provided by all the staff on the day"
Date Last Updated : Wednesday, May 10, 2006 4:41 PM