13 Locations That Appear In Totally Different Movies And TV Shows
Teen Wolf, Gone Girl, and a Beyoncé music video were filmed at the same abandoned mall?!?
Pasadena City Hall
You probably recognise Pasadena City Hall as Pawnee City Hall, AKA where Leslie Knope works for most of Parks and Recreation.
Charlie Chaplin used Pasadena City Hall as the backdrop for a scene in The Great Dictator.
El Segundo High School
Julia Robert's character shoots a period movie at Kenwood House in the rom-com classic Notting Hill.
In Mr. Malcolm's List, an amazing short film starring Gemma Chan, Kenwood House appears as an unnamed estate.
In Scott Pilgrim vs the World, Scott and Ramona head over to Casa Loma to fight Lucas Lee, one of the evil exes.
In the X-Files revival, Scully meets an old colleague at Washington Square, but it's really Robson's Square.
Hawthorne Plaza Shopping Center
Westworld uses the mall as the "Cold Storage" site where decommissioned hosts are stored.
LA Union Station
In Catch Me If You Can, Union Station was transformed into a Miami bank.
Delmar T. Oviatt Library
We Are Your Friends heavily featured the CSUN campus, so it's no surprise that the Oviatt Library made an appearance.
Angels Flight Railway
The Crank House
Venice High School
In Grease, Venice High became Rydell High, home of the Pink Ladies and T-Birds.
In American History X, Venice Beach High is portrayed by Venice High.
Bowling for Soup filmed their "High School Never Ends" music video at Venice High.
Did we miss any popular filming locations? Let us know in the comments below.
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