Questions tagged [la-la-land]

Damien Chazelle brings yesteryear's Technicolor musicals back to life in this sweet and surprising tribute to a bygone Hollywood heyday. Set in present-day LA, "La La Land" tracks two struggling performers (Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone) as they simultaneously navigate the pitfalls of potential stardom and the rigors of romantic love.

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Did Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone actually sing and play the piano in La La Land, or was it dubbed over?

La La Land features plenty of singing and piano playing by the head actors. Were those real or were they dubbed over by other performers?
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What exactly is the director trying to express in the scene where Mia and Sebastian are flying through the stars?

In the movie La La Land, in the scene (somewhere in the middle of the film) where both Ryan and Emma are shown flying through the stars and galaxies. What exactly is director Damien Chazelle trying ...
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Why did the movie in La La Land suddenly stop?

Somewhere in the middle of the movie, where Mia and Sebastian where about to kiss in the cinema, the movie that they were watching suddenly stopped. But why did the movie suddenly stop?
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Why do so many people have a Toyota Prius in La La Land?

Remember the scene where Mia is asking her car keys to Sebastian at the end of the party, and there is only Prius keys in the box? Why are there so many Prius keys in the box? Is it just for fun, or ...
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Explanation of the last scene in La La Land

In the last scene where Mia and her husband walk into Seb's, she finds out its the jazz club Sebastian had always talked about running (Which he wanted to call 'Chicken on a stick' previously). After ...
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Why is the movie being shot inside of La La Land using old equipment?

There is a scene in which Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone are walking along a street. They pass by a movie that is being shot. The equipment (like lights, etc.) looks old and classic. Why is that?