Some of the world’s most famous films are set in iconic locations, from museums to military installations to UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Locations, along with actors, help create scenes that are part of a valuable piece of Hollywood history, and each film here has at least one of his to its name, up to 11 Academy Awards, and wins. has become part of history.
once upon a time in hollywood (2019)
The Musso & Frank Grill, Los Angeles
Quentin Tarantino’s latest and two-Oscar-winning film evokes some of the most iconic Hollywood hotspots of the late 1960s. In one scene, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Rick Dalton meets characters Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) and Marvin Schwartz (Al Pacino) at The Musso & Frank Grill. This restaurant has a history older than most Old He Hollywood movies since 1919. To this day, it maintains its old-fashioned style and service.
good will hunting (1997)
University of Toronto, Toronto
The nine-time Academy Award nominee (and two-time winner) is set in Boston. Some were filmed in Beantown, but most were actually shot in Canada. Instead of wandering the halls of MIT, I actually saw the University of Toronto. Campus buildings such as Whitney Hall were used throughout the film for both exterior and interior shots, including the auditorium.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Set in the city of brotherly love, Rocky Winner of three Academy Awards, including Best Picture. In one of the film’s most famous scenes, his title character, played by Sylvester Stallone, runs up the stairs and throws his hands in the air in triumph. These famous stairs lead to the east entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.It is also the location of the iconic statue created for Rocky III.
motorcycle diary (2004)
Machu Picchu, Peru
The historic 15th-century Inca citadel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. He is one of the places visited by the motorcyclist duo. motorcycle diary (Oscar Music Award Winner) An important point for the protagonist as they traversed South America and were impressed by the beauty of the place.
Les Miserables (2012)
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, England
Although the story is set in France, much of the filming took place in England. Various locations were used as the streets of Paris, and moviegoers weren’t wise: the barricade scene, some of the most dramatic moments in this three-time Oscar-winning film for him, was set in the former Royal Navy Taken at university.
Ben Hur (1959)
Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem
11 Oscar winners, Ben Hur It ties in with the record for the most wins. It was shot entirely on the sound stage of Rome’s Cinecittà, but most of the locations in the film, widely regarded as one of the greatest films ever made, can be seen in person. This includes the Jaffa Gate, one of his entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem. Restored and cleaned in 2010.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
Al-Khazneh, Petra, Jordan
In the third installment of indiana jones Similar to the franchise (which won seven Oscars throughout the series), Al-Khazneh also serves as a temple that houses the Holy Grail. In fact, he is one of Petra’s most elaborate temples, but inside it is a small, simple stone chamber rather than booby-trapped layers. The fictional interior shots were taken at He Elstree Studios in London.
from africa (1985)
Karen Blixen Museum, Karen, Kenya
The film tells the story of Karen Blixen, a Danish who immigrated to Africa to start a coffee plantation, and whose story is chronicled in the memoir that inspired this beloved film that won seven Academy Awards. I’m here. The museum contains some of Blixen’s original furniture and is located on the land that was once her plantation. It also features movie props from Meryl Streep and Robert Redford.
last emperor (1987)
Forbidden City, Beijing
The Forbidden City, with its elaborate gardens and numerous temples, stands out in this nine-time Oscar-winning production. The film tells the story of Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, born 500 years after the city was built from 1406 to his 1420. This film was the first Western feature film that the People’s Republic of China granted permission to shoot at this location.
lost in translation (2003)
Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo
This romantic comedy won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and was shot in the city’s temples, shrines and even country clubs. One of his most famous locations in the film is the Park Hyatt Hotel. Here, his two main characters, played by Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson, meet for the first time. Head to the bar on the 52nd floor and enjoy the beautiful views of Tokyo while sipping a drink where the two meet.
Lord of the Ring (2001–2003)
Matamata, New Zealand
For JRR Tolkien fans, a visit to New Zealand is a must.Locations across the country were used for both shoots Lord of the Ring and Hobbit (2012-2014) Film (17 Oscar winners and 37 nominations). At the top of the list of places is Matamata, formerly known as Hobbiton. Set is now open as an attraction to explore, and also offers dining at the Green Dragon Inn.