Revisiting the Los Angeles of David Lynch’s ‘Mulholland Drive’ 20 Years Later

From the diner with the dumpster to Club Silencio, a look at Lynch's most L.A. movie—then and now
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A Look Back at Licorice Pizza, the SoCal Record Store P.T. Anderson’s New Movie Is Named After

The Glendale-based chain was a local staple from the late '60s through the mid '80s
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Lights, Camera, Hassle? What Happens When a Movie Location Becomes a Tourist Attraction

Each and every day, hordes of film fans descend on homes and businesses from their favorite movies—but what about the people who live and work there?
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How ‘Boyz N the Hood’ Shined a Spotlight on This South L.A. Street 30 Years Ago

Three decades ago, John Singleton's groundbreaking film turned Cimarron Street into a beloved L.A. landmark—and it's still celebrated today
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‘The Fast and the Furious’ Turns 20: A Look at Its Locations Then and Now

Two decades ago, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker tore through the streets of L.A., from Silver Lake to San Pedro. We retraced their tire tracks
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35 Years Ago, Cobra Went Toe to Toe with a Crime Cult Across L.A.

Production designer Bill Kenney takes us from Long Beach to Piru to retrace Sylvester Stallone's steps in the 1986 thriller 'Cobra'
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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