Southern California locations where
1:06:19: On their first real date, we see Adam & Emma driving down a street, at twilight.
The screenshot above is the 6000 block of Wilshire, across from LACMA (which we will see later).
(Here is a Google
StreetView of the same stretch of road.)
That's in the San Fernando Valley, at the interchange of the 405 and 101 Freeways.
(See more at their official website.)
This is the second fake location in the film. It is just a studio set.
What made me suspect just that is the menu you see in the screenshot above. Most real restaurants
[Thanks to Owen & Chas for this one.]
This was shot at LACMA (the Los Angeles County Museum of Art), at 5905 Wilshire Blvd.
That forest of streetlights is a work of art titled "Urban Light" (by Chris Burden);
(It can be seen from Wilshire Blvd, as you can see from this matching Google StreetView.)
In the screencap below, they are turning into the resort where the wedding is to be held.
In reality, they are turning into The Four Seasons Resort, at 1260 Channel Drive, in Santa Barbara.
The car is heading southeast on Channel Drive, when she turns left into the resort's gates.
(Interestingly, though, the resort interiors were shot somewhere else...)
This scene was shot at the House of Pies coffee shop, at 1869 N. Vermont Ave,
[Thanks to Mike of MovieShotsLA for some help finding this one.]
Although the exterior shots of them driving into the resort gates (and getting out of the car) were filmed
Not only was that final scene shot in Pacific Palisades, all the previous resort interiors were also shot there.
(Here's a matching Google
StreetView of the Club.)
The photos on this
stills from "No Strings Attached"
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