Locations around L.A. where your favorite
movies and TV shows were shot - and how
to find them!

Hollywood on Location:
Where Your Favorite Movies
& TV shows Were Filmed

Where did they film "Dexter"?

Where do they shoot "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."?

Where was the Flynn's Arcade from "Tron" & "Tron Legacy"?

At what local school did they film "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"?

For "Inception", where did they film that memorable scene of a train hurtling down the middle of a busy city street

Where did they really film "The O.C."?

Where did the producers of "Primary Colors" and "Ruby" find a Civil War mansion in modern L.A.? 

Did you know that the skyscraper taken over by terrorists in "Die Hard" is the same building which houses the law offices of O.J. Simpson's lawyer, Robert Shapiro?  Where is it? 

Filming in Hollywood isn't limited to the inside of the movie studios. Much of what you see on the silver screen is shot outside, "on location" right on the streets of L.A., and the surrounding communities.

In fact, it's hard to turn around in this town around without bumping into a site where a well-known movie or TV series was shot. Producers use virtually all of Los Angeles and Orange County as one giant movie set.

Take a look at any major motion picture and you're likely to recognize the downtown L.A. skyline, the Sunset Strip, Hollywood Boulevard, Marina Del Rey, Malibu, or Rodeo Drive. But those well-known sights are only the beginning.

Here is a list of some of the many specific L.A. locations where famous movies were shot, complete with interactive online maps for your convenience:

Saving Mr. Banks
Hitchcock Hitchcock
In Time Gangster Squad
Ruby Sparks Horrible Bosses
Inception Larry Crowne
Knight & Day Crazy Stupid Love
Valentines Day Prom
I Love You, Man
No Strings Attached Spread
Dinner for Schmucks
Knocked Up
Pineapple Express Burlesque
The Green Hornet
The Fast and the Furious Fast & Furious
The Wedding Singer
Drag Me to Hell Disturbia

Taken Memento

Back to the Future American Pie
All Of Me

Nancy Drew

Terminator 3
End of Days
Anchorman Step Brothers
Eight Days a Week
The Bronson Caves

'50s TV  -  '60s TV  -  '70s TV  -  '80s TV  -  '90s TV  -  2000's TV

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Gang Related
Hemlock Grove

Ray Donovan
Switched at Birth
The OC

The Fosters

RJ Berger

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