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Judge Dredd TV Series Gets Studio Space As Rebellion Invests Big

November 26, 2018 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas
Judge Dredd Mega City One

Rebellion is putting some big money into their move to television and film, buying studio space where their Judge Dredd series will film. The company announced that they have purchased an old print works building and are renovating it for a $100 million studio space, which will be used for upcoming Judge Dredd: Mega-City One series along with the Duncan Jones-directed Rogue Trooper film. The space is located in Didcot, roughly 50 miles west of London. The space is 220,000 square feet and served as a printing press for the Daily Mail.

“I think we are pretty good at creating content in all different types, screen content and interactive games and all sorts of stuff, and I’m hoping we’re going to be equally good at making TV and film,” said Rebellion co-founder Jason Kingsley.

The studio will also be used as a third party outlet to help the entertainment industry in Britain in terms of production space, with around 500 new jobs to be created.