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On Location, On the Job

A 'Beach House' in the East Village

Here at Museyon, we’ve visited some great on-location destinations. But do you ever wonder how these places actually end up in the movies? We sure do. To find out we talked to Nick Carr, location scout extraordinaire, and the blogger behind Scouting NY. So Nick, what does a location scout really do?   Read More »

New York News

NYC_Movies

Few cities have been the subject of as many films as New York. With so much to see, where do you begin? Thankfully, the Mayor Mike Bloomberg and the good people at the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting have made a handy interactive map to help you find your favorite film locations all throughout the city. And the ... 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 »

False Start

SATC

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 »

Crime Scenes: Chicago’s Public Enemy Tour

Johnny Depp plays the dapper gangster John Dillinger in Public Enemies, a film about the Depression-era bank robbers that plagued cities like Chicago. Before you see it, brush up on your gangster history. For a look at the real-life public enemies and their hangouts, head over to Time Out Chicago for the Ultimate Dillinger Tour, a primer in mob livin’. ... Read More »

Buying Bueller

bueller

Want to own a bit of movie history? Then pony up $2.3 million and become the owner of the Highland Park, Chicago, home from the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Best remembered as the place where Ferris Bueller’s sidekick, Cameron Frye (played by Alan Ruck), crashes his dad’s 1958 Ferrari through a glass-walled garage, the modern four-bedroom is currently ... Read More »

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