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The Hancock Park House from ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’ Is for Sale

The two-story Mediterranean hits the market for the first time in 48 years for a cool $3.8 million
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A Brief History of L.A. Malls in Movies, Music Videos, and TV Shows

In honor of Billie Eilish's visit to the Glendale Galleria, take a look at other indoor malls' starring roles

This Dilapidated Valley Shopping Center Is the Backdrop for Decades of Huge Movies and TV Shows

A look back at the auspicious history of North Hollywood's nearly vacant Valley Plaza, a favorite Hollywood filming location
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35 Years Ago, ‘The Goonies’ Came to Life on This Massive Burbank Soundstage

Richard Donner and others recall the magic of making one of the most beloved films of the '80s—and building a really big pirate ship
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Revisiting All of Pretty Woman’s Iconic Locations, 30 Years Later

From the Beverly Wilshire to the Natural History Museum (huh?), relive Vivian and Edward's unconventional fairy tale
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20 Surprising Christmas Movie Locations Around L.A.

From Christmas movies to holiday scenes in non-Christmas movies, a tour of L.A. places that set the stage for the most wonderful time of the year
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Take a Tour of the Most Memorable ‘Pulp Fiction’ Filming Locations 25 Years Later

From Butch's apartment in NoHo to the Wallace mansion in Beverly Hills, we revisited the places where Quentin Tarantino's iconic neo-noir unfolded
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An Expert Dissects Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘s Faux 1960s Movie Posters

The old Aquarius Theater has been plastered with posters from Tarantino's new film—we went looking for clues about its main character
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Roy Choi’s New Docuseries Isn’t Afraid of the Tough Parts

On Broken Bread, the L.A. celebrity chef talks food and social justice
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Celebrate John Singleton’s Career By Catching Up on His Movies

The L.A. filmmaker behind “Boyz n the Hood,” has died at age 51. We’ve rounded up where to stream his classics.