|Covid-19|Flushed Away (2006): seen as Roddy and Rita float over Kensington.
Cars 2 (2011): seen during the final race of the World Grand Prix in London.
K-On! Movie (2011): seen during the main characters' arrival in London.
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (2012): seen in the London sequence.
Namastey London (2007): seen in a song.
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007): the team must prevent the Eye falling into the Thames.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007): seen during a Wizard Chase scene.
Run Fatboy Run (2007): seen in the background at nighttime.
The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005): two characters from the comedy show The League of Gentlemen ride the Eye, much to the confusion of nearby tourists.
Agent Cody Banks 2 (2004): has a scene in a capsule.
Thunderbirds (2004): Thunderbird 2 lands next to the Eye.
Wimbledon (2004): has a scene in a capsule.
A Knight's Tale (2001): a wooden replica is seen is an establishing shot of 14th century London, one of several deliberate anachronisms in the film.
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002): seen when Austin Powers enters his new London headquarters.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013): seen collapsing into the Thames as the rest of London is obliterated.
Independence Day: Resurgence (2016): seen collapsing when gravity pull from alien mothership releases and all debris (buildings, airplanes, etc.) falls to Earth.
28 Days Later (2002): seen motionless in scenes of a deserted London.
9 Songs (2004): has a scene in a capsule.
If Only (2004): has a scene in a capsule.
Flood (2007): seen in the opening credits, and later when a devastated London is shown in long shot.
The Day the Earth Stopped (2008): is destroyed by a giant robot.
The Smurfs 2 (2013): seen in the trailer, rolling over London Bridge.
Mass Effect 3: seen in the trailer, as London is attacked.
Monopoly Here and Now: The World Edition: a Chance card reads "Pay 1.5 million to have all 32 capsules of The London Eye washed and polished."
Dirty Pretty Things, during a Carling Live 24 event
BBMak's "Back Here".
Kano's "Feel Free".
Status Quo's "The Beginning of the End".
Stephen Gately's "New Beginning".
Take That's "The Flood".
Strange Affair (2005), by Peter Robinson: pages 190-94 (McClelland & Stewart paperback).
The London Eye Mystery (2007), children's mystery novel.
Un Lun Dun (2007) by China Miéville: the London Eye is said to have come from a dream about the UnLondon-I, a giant water wheel.
Netherland (2008), by Joseph O'Neill: pages 253–55 (Vintage paperback).
Phineas and Ferb: in the episode "Elementary My Dear Stacy", the boys' waterslide loops around Big Ben and finishes at the Eye.
The Simpsons: in "The Regina Monologues" episode, Homer and Marge Simpson ride the Eye in search of their children (Bart and Lisa) and their capsule becomes a detachable flotation device.
Becky and Barnaby Bear: in "The River Thames" episode, Barnaby visits the Eye.
Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me: has a scene in a capsule.
Dead Ringers: Jon Culshaw dresses as The Doctor and warns people not to listen to the messages over the speaker system because "It's a trap!"
Hustle: an episode opens with a confidence scheme trying to sell someone the Eye.
Doctor Who: in the 2005 episode "Rose", the Eye is used as a communication/control device for the Nestene Consciousness.
Sherlock (TV series): appears in the opening credits.
Tripping Over: in the season 1 finale, Tamsin and Sam hold their wedding in a capsule.
The Bachelorette: in season 8, Emily and Jef have their first dinner date in a capsule.
Eye To Eye: the Bloomberg Television series conducts interviews in a capsule of the London Eye.
Spy: a surveillance exercise is run from the Eye.
The Amazing Race: in 2007 season 7, teams go to the top of the Eye to search for a location with the help of binoculars.
The Girls Next Door: in 2006 season 2, Holly, Bridget, and Kendra visit the Eye.
Making the Band 4: in 2009 season 3, Day 26 rides the Eye while discussing the demise of Danity Kane.
EastEnders: in a 2001 episode, Jim proposed to Dot in one of the capsules.
Neighbours: in a 2007 episode, Karl proposed to Susan in one of the capsules.
New Year Live, BBC One's New Year's Eve special: fireworks went off from the Eye when Big Ben chimed midnight.
One of the current series of BBC One station identification spots features a stylised representation of the Eye, used because the theme of the series is a circle representing "One".
Modelled at Legoland Windsor.
Used as the location of a 2003 flash mob.
London Eye in popular culture Wikipedia
As a prominent London landmark, the London Eye (also known as the Millennium Wheel) often appears in popular culture.
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