A range of beautiful images of Ha Long Bay, with its rolling mountains and crystal blue water, appeared during the first minutes of the trailer for the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster "The Creator".
Limestone cliffs appeared in the official trailer.
Directed by Gareth Edwards, the science-fiction action thriller film is about a battle between humans and artificial intelligence and scheduled to premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 26 before releasing in cinemas three days later.
The filming was done in 80 different locations, including in Thailand, Cambodia, Nepal, Japan, and Indonesia.
Edwards said the crew wanted to film rice paddies and terraces in Vietnam and limestone cliffs in the bay. He had visited Ha Long Bay in the past and been impressed by its majestic beauty, which was why he chose it for "The Creator."
Ha Long has appeared in many foreign films such as "French – Indochina" (1992) directed by Resgis Wargnier, "Pan and Neverland" (2015) by Joe Wright and "Kong: Skull Island" (2017) by Jordan Vogt-Roberts.