When you're in Los Angeles, you don't have to go far to go Back to the Future. You can time travel back to "Hill Valley" in 1985 and 1955, just by exploring some of L.A.'s neighborhoods. Read on and discover film locations from the iconic 1980s movie that can be found in or around Los Angeles.
Now listen here, dames and gents! The landscape of Los Angeles has been captured in countless film noirs over the years. Though many of the shadowy alleyways, smoke-filled buildings and dark corners featured in them no longer stand, there are a few locales that remain intact. You’d better read on for a list of ten L.A. film noir locations - if you know what’s good for you.
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On Monday, Aug. 10, British structured-reality television program Made in Chelsea kicked off its Los Angeles spin-off series. Made in Chelsea LA filmed on location throughout L.A. from May to July. Beginning with the spectacular city views in the premiere's opening sequence, Los Angeles will be as much a star of the six-episode series as the MiC cast members. Read on for Los Angeles locations featured in Episode One of Made in Chelsea LA.
Thanks to its famous sunny weather, L.A.’s scenic coastline is an ideal destination any time of the year. Los Angeles is home to iconic seaside filming locations like Pirate’s Cove and Paradise Cove, but there are countless other oceanfront spots to discover. Read on for a list of ten coastal locations that have appeared in movies and TV series.
The Fast and the Furious tells the story of undercover police officer Brian O’Conner (played by Paul Walker) taking on Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew of hijackers. The 2001 action film was followed by six sequels and has become Universal’s biggest franchise of all time.
The Fast and the Furious movies boast a strong connection to Los Angeles, though not all of the franchise’s installments were shot here. Fans can discover many iconic locations from the films throughout Los Angeles, from Downtown to Malibu. Read on for 20 Fast and Furious locations in L.A County, including the site of the unforgettable “One Last Ride.”
Note: Spoilers ahead for those who haven’t seen the movies!
The ultimate guide to Clueless film locations continues from Part 1, featuring each and every Los Angeles locale featured in the 1995 hit comedy – like, all 40 of them.
Written and directed by Amy Heckerling, the hit comedy Clueless premiered July 19, 1995 and introduced countless catchphrases and slang into the common lexicon. ("Monet," "Baldwin," "buggin'" anyone?) The way popular modern adaptation of Jane Austen's Emma, which centered around Beverly Hills teen Cher Horowitz (played by Alicia Silverstone), was lensed in and around Los Angeles in early 1995. Read on for the ultimate guide to each and every locale featured in the movie – like, all 40 of them.
At a time when this area was still evolving and finding its identity, the arrival of the opulent Millennium Biltmore Hotel in 1923 was a "statement to the rest of the world that Los Angeles had arrived as an American metropolis." Its impact was undeniable and its grandeur would become an integral part of the history of our city.