Filming for The Rock’s Fighting With My Family to finish in Great Yarmouth

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath. Director Stephen Merchant (left, blue c

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath. Director Stephen Merchant (left, blue cap). Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Filming in Norfolk for The Rock's WWE movie, Fighting With My Family, is set to wrap up in Great Yarmouth on Tuesday evening.

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath. Director Stephen Merchant (left, blue c

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath. Director Stephen Merchant (left, blue cap) and actor Florence Puge (bottom, centre). Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Production crews spent Monday in Norwich, taking over Gentleman's Walk and St James' Hill.

Tuesday morning saw filming recommence at Mousehold Heath, and later the crew will be heading to Great Yarmouth Seafront.

It is believed they will be filming in the Retroskate area between 4-11pm.

Written and directed by Stephen Merchant, Fighting With My Family, will focus on the Knight family of professional wrestlers from Norwich and their daughter Paige's unlikely rise to stardom.

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Filming of Fighting With My Family movie on Mousehold Heath. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant


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Members of the Knight family, including Ricky Knight, Julia Hamer-Bevis and Zak Knight will be on set Tuesday evening.

Julia Hamer-Bevis, also known as Sweet Saraya, watched filming yesterday and said she was 'very happy' with how everything was shaping up.

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In a post on Facebook she added: 'Down on set, cried a little bit but proud of the family and everyone involved in the movie.'

Made by Seven Buck Productions With WWE Studios and Film 4, Fighting With My Family is scheduled for cinematic release in 2018.

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