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It's a real place in Albuquerque called "Twisters": So many of Breaking Bad’s filming locations in Albuquerque, New Mexico have become iconic and none more so than Twisters, which played home to Gus Fring’s crystal meth front, Los Pollos Hermanos. See the source article for more information.
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 ...
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
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:
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: ...
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