You Can Visit These Scenic Film Locations And Relive Your Favorite Movie Moments

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Do you have a couple of extra bucks in your pocket and wanderlust in your heart? Are you a film lover who's always wanted to get a glimpse of what it looks like to be in the place that started it all? Well, you're in luck. We've compiled a list of accessible, beautiful, and totally exciting locations for your next themed vacation. 

Goodwill Hunting

Goodwill Hunting was set on the south side of Boston, and to retain its authenticity, absolutely nothing was changed or cleaned while the cameras were rolling. Although a lot of these restaurants and businesses are closed, the L St. Tavern still proudly serves the cheapest and coldest beer around. The next time you’re in Boston, be sure to take the scenic route around the south side—you’ll surely see something you recognize.

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Game of Thrones

Dubrovnik, Croatia is home to one of the most memorable scenes in the entire eight seasons of GOT. This alleyway is located along the Adriatic Sea, and it’s where the famous “walk of atonement” scene was shot. Cersei voluntarily walked through the streets in the nude and was pelted with rotten vegetables and meat to repent for her sins when she was accused of adultery, incest, and regicide by the Faith Militant. All of that went down right here, and the townsfolk that came to watch all helped clean up the mess to meet the cast. 

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The More You Know

  • The beer used while filming of the Hobbit was custom made by New Zealand brewers. It was a 1% dark stout called "Sobering Thought".
  • The filming of 'The Godfather' was disrupted by an actual Mafia member, Joe Colombo. Producer Al Ruddy met with him and reviewed the script, striking the word "Mafia" completely from the movie. Colombo and his pals also managed to elbow their way into casting and ended up as extras in the film.
  • Director Steven Spielberg made his first film for a merit badge
  • Worldwide ticket sales for the Saw franchise put it at just shy of a billion dollars, making it the highest earning horror franchise globally.
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