The Herald Sun reports
Big-budget Hollywood thriller I, Frankenstein has turned a little village in Park Orchards into a graveyard as a film set.
The movie starring Aaron Eckhart and Miranda Otto began filming in the quiet suburb on Wednesday night. Yesterday the set was deserted, and locals were able to take a peek.
Residents have been notified flying scenes, including trapeze stunts, are to be shot next Monday and Tuesday night.
The impressively created cemetery includes angel statues, tombstones and a bridge.
Nearby homeowner Jenny said works had started on the set six weeks ago.
"They've turned our whole village upside down but it's very impressive," she said.
"The scenes on Monday and Tuesday will start at 9.30pm and they'll knock off at midnight for lunch."
I, Frankenstein, directed by Stuart Beattie, also stars Yvonne Strahovski and Bill Nighy, and is due for release in February.
The production is spending up to $37 million and will employ about 500 local cast and crew.