Film & TV Locations

Film & TV Locations

Warren Beatty as LA Rams quarterback Joe Pendleton in "Heaven Can Wait"
Things to Do | Sports & Recreation
From Oscar winners to cult classics and documentaries, discover the best sports film locations you can visit in LA.
Raptor Encounter at Jurassic World - The Ride | Photo: Universal Studios Hollywood
LA Guides | Points of Interest
Even film buffs have to get out from in front of the screen sometimes. Star in your own getaway with this award-winning film location planner.
The Cinerama Dome | Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Things to Do | Arts & Culture
Learn about how the iconic Cinerama Dome in LA, one of the world's great standout theatres, came about and where it is today.
"Friends" cast at Warner Bros. Studio
Things to Do | Attractions & Tours
Could we BE any more excited? Read on for the best places in LA to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Friends," from the iconic Central Perk set to limited edition
Musso & Frank Grill in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Things to Do | Arts & Culture
Read on for Los Angeles locations featured in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," plus a bonus section for those that want to take a deeper dive into the movie.
"The Big Bang Theory" series finale
Things to Do | Attractions & Tours
Fans of "The Big Bang Theory" can visit iconic sets from the groundbreaking comedy at Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood.
"City of Stars" scene from "La La Land" at the Hermosa Beach Pier
Things to Do | Arts & Culture
Step into Some of LA's Most Iconic Film Locations with these photo gems
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper perform "Shallow" in "A Star Is Born"
Things to Do | Arts & Culture
Read on for a tour of "A Star Is Born" Los Angeles locations, including places where the film was actually shot and the local joints where you can create your
Sheats-Goldstein Residence
Things to Do | Arts & Culture
Celebrate the "The Big Lebowski" with these Los Angeles locations featured in the Coen brothers' 1998 cult classic.
LA Guides | Points of Interest
Los Angeles Union Station is the heartbeat of the city, conducting throngs of commuters and travelers alike from the rich past of its opulent décor to the modern hustle and