Yes. The movie was based on many of Craven's childhood memories, all of which happened in Los Angeles, CA. The initial concept was loosely based on actual cases of refugees from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam having a series of terrifying nightmares and then dying in their sleep shortly thereafter.
Freddie Kruger was originally intended to be a child ...
Well, there are several reasons why a studio would choose a location over another, this can be because several factors. To name a few:
The actors scheduling
The stages scheduling
Costs and taxes (you'll find more than once that New York looks an awful lot like Toronto or Vancouver)
To be more specific with Power Rangers: The Movie, ...
The West Wing, the NBC White House-based drama was filmed primarily on sound stages in Burbank, California with exterior shots and some B-roll being filmed in the Washington D.C. metro area and also with some additional exterior filming in Canada and Los Angeles in areas which resembled D.C.
Like the majority of television productions, ...
Bond visited an enigmatic night-time laser show in the 1970s. This lightning show is currently still running. More info here and you can book through this website.
There may be additional info, but unfortunately I don't know arabian langauge, I was just a tourist there.
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The West Wing, the NBC White House-based drama was filmed primarily on
sound stages in Burbank, California with exterior shots and some
B-roll being filmed in the Washington D.C. metro area and also with
some additional exterior filming in Canada and Los Angeles in areas
which resembled D.C.
Like the majority of ...
Abingdon Street Car Park, London
This location represents the vehicle entrance to the offices of Number Six's bosses. It appears before and after the resignation scene in the opening sequence where Number Six's Lotus is seen driving down (and later back up) the entrance ramp. The car park ramp features again in "Many Happy Returns" and "Do Not Forsake Me ...
I don't think the name of the city is mentioned in the film but the Wikipedia page for Garfield indicates that:
Though this is rarely mentioned in print, Garfield is set in Muncie, Indiana, the home of Jim Davis
So we can reasonably assume that the city/town in the film can also be termed as Muncie, even though the filming locations are in different ...
You could pose this question for many tentpole releases, and with regards to my own country (UK), the late 70's saw the beginning of a trend which saw many large studios invest in the UK due to the large stages, spaces, local production talent and financial incentives that the London studio lots offered over Hollywood and L.A., attracting many large scale ...