Starring: Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean, Russell Crowe as Javert, Anne Hathaway as Fantine, Amanda Seyfried as Cosette, Eddie Redmayne as Marius Pontmercy, Samantha Barks as Éponine, Aaron Tveit as Enjolras
Portsmouth naval shipyard : first scene, when Jean Valjean pulls boat with other prisoners, before getting freedom. The base is home to the oldest dry dock in the world, built by Henry VII in 1495 and it is also the headquarters for two thirds of the Royal Navy's surface fleet.
Château de Gourdon: on the winding path to the mountain top, Jean Valjean seeks job to start a new life.
The château and estate are situated in the heart of the Côtes du Rhône region at the in the Alpes-Maritimes. The fortified castle was built into a cliff, with its beginnings as far back as the 12th century, and was rebuilt in the 17th century.
At the porch of St Mary the Virgin in Ewelme, Jean Valjean crumbles. The church hasn't changed since it was built in 1437. It contains the tomb of Alice Chaucer,who was the grand-daughter of Geoffrey Chaucer and she married a Duke of Suffolk.
The blue-ceilinged Gothic chapel in which Valjean resolves to take this opportunity to turn his life around is St Sepulchre’s Chapel, London.
Chatham historic dockyard is used for the streets and alleys of the city where the poor live. The tarring yarn house where Fatine worked until fired is also located here.
The dockyard has played a vital role in building Britian's reputation as one of the mightiest sea powers in the world for over 400 years. Vessels including Nelson's flagship HMS Victory and destroyers of the Falklands War all headed to battle from Chatham.
Street of Paris, funeral procession of Lamquaue, and the revoluation were filmed at Old Royal Navy College, Greenwich.
Javert chases Valjean and Cosette in this hallway.
At the famous Painted Hall, Javert prepares his men to face the schoolboys.
Photographer: nick.garrod on Flickr
A replica of the Elephant of the Bastille was constructed in Greenwich. In the novel, Gavroche lives in the decaying monument.
Pulteney Bridge at Bath, Somerset : Javert commits suicide on this bridge on the River Avon. The City of Bath was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1987. The city has a variety of theatres, museums, and other cultural and sporting venues.
The design of Pulteney Bridge might be inspired by the Ponte Vecchio ("Old Bridge"), a Medieval bridge over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy. It is famous for the shops built along it, mostly of jewellers, art dealers and souvenir sellers.
This bridge was built in Roman times and have three segmental arches: the main arch has a span of 30 meters (98 ft) the two side arches each span 27 meters (88 ft). This bridge might be used in 2006 movie: Perfume.
Boughton house is used as the residence of the family of Marius where he celebrated his wedding with Cosette. Boughton House is the Northamptonshire Home of the Duke of Buccleuch. The house is only one hour from central London and it is known as the ‘English Versailles,’ thanks to its French style set in the English countryside.
Chapel of Winchester college: Monastery where Jean Valjean dies. Founded in 1382, Winchester College is a Boys only private independent Church of England College Preparatory school located in Winchester, Hampshire. The College enrolls Boarding students only with a total student enrollment of 680 from grades 6th to 12th.