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Spotted By Locals

Here at Museyon we know that there’s nothing worse than being labeled a tourist. So next time you’re traveling in a new European city be sure to check out Spotted by Locals. We’re absolutely loving this website which features the inside scoop on 22 cities from Antwerp to Ljubljana to Zagreb. The site features the usual restaurant reviews, maps and ... Read More »

Scorsese to LACMA: “I Am Deeply Disturbed”


Last month, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced it would be cutting its Weekend Films series to “pause for re-thinking” and focus on more “artist-created films” starting this November. Well people are speaking out, including famed director Martin Scorsese, who took his case to the LA Times in an open letter to LACMA director Michael Govan. He asks, if ... Read More »

Where in the World?


It may not look like much, but this building complex helped introduce the West to a major director. Originally planned as cheap housing, the buildings now features apartments, low-budget hotels, shops, and restaurants, covering 17 stories and an entire block. A gathering place for many of its city’s minority groups, Time Magazine called this it “the best example of globalization” ... Read More »

On Location: Inside Dubai Studio City

Studio City

Looking for a place to film your next blockbuster? A one-stop shop to get you from pre-production to the final product? As long as you don’t plan on talking dirty, maybe it’s time to think about Dubai. Located in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a city that boasts everything, including, as we learned yesterday, Dubai Studio City — a ... Read More »

Dinner and a Movie


It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the movie ‘Julie & Julia’ has inspired some tasty tributes. After all, Child was the woman who convinced the average American that they too can learn the secrets of French cuisine. Well over at the glasses glasses blog — one of our favorite new sites on the web — they’re cooking up a ... Read More »

Ringwald Remembers Hughes

16 Candles

In the days since the death of director John Hughes, many have been celebrating the director who defined a generation. Fans who grew up on his iconic ’80s flicks have revisited his classics and hosted screenings, and former Hughes’ stars, like Kevin Bacon, are talking about the role the director played in their careers, and their lives. Reading their remembrances, the ... Read More »

First Look: Dr. Parnassus


‘The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,‘ the latest from director Terry Gilliam, is expected to be one of the biggest films of the year when it hits theaters this Christmas. It was also Heath Ledger’s last movie. When the actor died in 2008, about a third of the way through shooting, his role was recast, and split between actors Johnny Depp, Jude Law and ... Read More »

False Start


To borrow a line from Public Enemy, Don’t believe the hype! Our friends over at On Location Vacations are reporting that rumors that the second ‘Sex and the City’ movie have “quietly” started filming in New York are 100% false. It’s no surprise that the second ‘Sex’ film is surrounded by rumors after the feeding frenzy for the first. Back in ... Read More »

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