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"Basin City" is set in an unspecified, fictional city in the American west according to various sources. Though he has never said it's based on a particular city, given Frank Miller's love of noir (Hollywood influence) and the genesis of the comic during the "gritty" 1990s while he was living in Los Angeles, it's likely that Los Angeles was the model. Los ...
The shot was taken in Glen Etive, Highland, Scotland. The water to the left is the River Etive. I believe this link is the exact spot, but not entirely sure. Google Maps
From GVSHP: No. 90 Bedford Street, on the southeast corner of Bedford and Grove Streets, stood-in as the exterior of her building. In the ground floor of their building was the coffee shop, Central Perk, where the gang spent the other half of their time. There is a ground floor food establishment at 90 Bedford, but Central Perk is a little ...
From interviews with director Christopher Nolan, it would appear that the goal was to create a non-specific setting (the film was actually shot in Pittsburgh and LA as well as New York and New Jersey), that felt both "operatic" and real. From an interview with James Rocchi at MSN Entertainment: MSN Movies: You knew you were doing a third film. Is the ...
No, they are not the same place. According to this site, Poltergeist was filmed in Agoura Hills. Another page on the same site indicates that the street where they take off on the bike (I assume that's the one you're thinking of) is filmed in Granada Hills. As a semi-related piece of trivia I found on that same site, in the Charlie's Angel's remake ...
Actually I think it's here: Skyfall in Glen Etive The little bridge in front of Bond is the land mark.
Neesson during a roundtable interview with a number of other journalists. During the group interview Neeson talked about how the sequel came together, what it was like filming in Istanbul. They set it in Istanbul and he thought, ok that’s certainly one city I would love to see. What surprised you the most about working in Istanbul? Either the under ...
According to the wiki page for this film: Airport terminal scenes were filmed in Worcester, Massachusetts at Worcester Regional Airport. As is it extremely common for filmmakers to replace locations with 'better looking' ones (or for tax breaks) - just look at all of the Mission:Impossible 4 scenes set in India (really Canada) - I suspect they shot Knight ...
The credits for locations do not list any Maryland locations. However, since there's no indications of how those locations were used, it would be difficult to identify what locations were used to represent UM, short of finding someone who actually recognizes the specific places.
Oh! You appear to be right! Look at these two images. You can clearly see the arch behind the fake front door, and you can match up the stones.
This article from Hollywood contends that it was probably scheduling conflicts (Colbert films his show in NY while The Office originates in Van Nuys, CA). Reporter Michael Arbeiter suggests it is a sure sign your show is running dry when the guest stars don't even show up in person! If you think about it, though, if you wanted to contact someone you knew in ...
The movie's Wikipedia article gives a list of all the filming locations: Filming: the castle – Hohenwerfen Castle, Werfen, Austria; filmed in January 1968, cable car – Feuerkogel Seilbahn at Ebensee (Austria); filmed in January 1968, airport scenes – Flugplatz Aigen im Ennstal (Austria); filmed in early 1968. The exact place of filming is the ...
Ah just found it. It's called Scott Monument It's not actually in Cambridge! That's what was throwing me.
The Majority of the externals and locations for the Show are filmed in Portland, Oregon (particularly the city-scapes). The studio's in which CW film both The Flash and Arrow are based in Vancouver, and some minor externals are filmed there aswell (anything casual and unimpressive; not to sleight Vancouver, at all!). Both shows actually construct their ...
I think it's actually Asilah, Morocco. It says it was filmed there but depicts Greece. You can see photos from the link below. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=376513599150057&set=a.376512982483452.1073741828.145172285617524&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.376512982483452.1073741828.145172285617524&type=3
Yes, definitely. You can see the Galata bridge (which connects Eminönü and Karaköy) very often, and the Eminönü district in the background with its Mosques..e.g. when they are on the ferryboat..and there will be also a guy selling Turkish tea on those ferryboats (www.sehirhatlari.com.tr). But I actually never saw a Mercedes cab there, and I think they used ...
OK, decided to look into the BlueRay extras and found it. According to Blue Ray Extra #14: "The Beginning of the End", the house was not actually in Scotland. It was designed and filmed in Hankley Common, in Surrey, England. Screenshots from ~3:15 min into the Extra:
It doesn't appear that they were filmed at the same place. Astronaut Farmer was filmed in New Mexico, at the Bonanza Creek Ranch: . Other films shot here include: Cowboys and Aliens Appaloosa 3:10 to Yuma Transformers on the other hand doesn't credit the Ranch. Whilst I can't find the exact location it's barn was filmed in, it doesn't appear to have ...
Here are a few: Heavy Metal (1981) - there is a scene that's obviously the future, though the year is unspecified Back to the Future Part II (1989) - seen on a television screen in 2015 Freejack (1992) - towers are seen several times Source: WTC in Movies
Every single episode in the first five seasons was filmed entirely within the greater Vancouver area in British Columbia, Canada. Every single episode in the last four seasons was filmed entirely within Southern California. The only exceptions are the establishing shots of the FBI building and aerial views of DC, both from stock footage.
It is in the Greek Islands. According to 'Homeland' Recap, Season 3 Finale: Redemption And Croissants, Mira appears in scene with the breakfast and newspaper and Saul says: is that the way they do croissants on the Greek islands? Based on the blue roofs and white houses, I think the exact place is Santorini:
Looks like the Royal Ontario Museum of Natural History which is, as you thought, in Toronto. On the page linked, there's a series of stills from the James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs which includes the image below: Which looks to be the same room as the second image in your question.
The 'Air Force base' was a regular civilian airfield dressed both practically and later digitally as an AFB. The drone footage is actually very easy to do in CGI. In fact the comparatively 'crappy quality' of real drone footage and speed of explosive shockwaves/debris-fields really help when creating CGI simulations as we don't expect realistic (and thus ...
There are many factors: whether the Argentinian government would allow filming to occur there availability of that location at the necessary times, and for the length of times needed weather conditions (rain, fog, sunshine, etc.) of the location and whether that matches the script's requirements cost of permits to film there cost and difficulty of ...
I think, it is more difficult to put a camera in a automobile or on a truck then on a vehicle on rails. I found some examples of early shots, but I'm not sure if they fit your criteria of inside a car. The shots I found are from a car, not inside. I found some very early snipplet with a scene from a rail bases car: Algier 1896: ...
Summary: Yes, there are data banks film makers can refer to. Often the music on these sites is composed by relatively unknown composers. It seems extremely likely these sites also contain location music. This type of music is called production music Detailed: I'm only going to answer part of your question, as the truth is I can't categorically comment ...
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