#SunsetGowerStudios is a 14-acre (57,000 m2) television and #moviestudio at the corner of #SunsetBoulevard and #Gower Street in #Hollywood, #LosAngeles, #California. Established in 1912, it continues today as Hollywood's largest independent studio and an active facility for #television and #filmproduction on its twelve soundstages. via @wikipediastore ☆☆☆ Only in #Cali ~  #GowerStudios #SetLife #FilmLife  #Socialbilitty

#SunsetGowerStudios is a 14-acre (57,000 m2) television and #moviestudio at the corner of #SunsetBoulevard and #Gower Street in #Hollywood, #LosAngeles, #California. Established in 1912, it continues today as Hollywood's largest independent studio and an active facility for #television and #filmproduction on its twelve soundstages. via @wikipediastore ☆☆☆ Only in #Cali ~ #GowerStudios #SetLife #FilmLife #Socialbilitty

Mark Harmon is sitting at a table in the vintage Airstream trailer he keeps parked outside the NCIS soundstages, talking about the father-daughter chemistry he’s developing with Cote de Pablo on the show.

Mark Harmon is sitting at a table in the vintage Airstream trailer he keeps parked outside the NCIS soundstages, talking about the father-daughter chemistry he’s developing with Cote de Pablo on the show.

Philadelphia Soundstages

Philadelphia Soundstages

2,174 個讚,6 則留言 - Instagram 上的 Logo Inspirations(@logoinspirations):「 Philadelphia Soundstages by Dan Bradley @danbradleydesignco - ➡️ logocore.com/learnlogodesign -… 」

2,174 個讚,6 則留言 - Instagram 上的 Logo Inspirations(@logoinspirations):「 Philadelphia Soundstages by Dan Bradley @danbradleydesignco - ➡️ logocore.com/learnlogodesign -… 」

“Previous generations bought Renoirs and Cézannes,” Dan Lanigan says. “We’re buying stormtrooper helmets and Ghostbusters proton packs.” The burly TV producer is referring to the obsessive (and costly) pursuit of prop collecting. “This is the fine art of my generation.”  It used to be an underground hobby. People did it, but nobody talked about it—not only because it was embarrassing to admit that you coveted Charlton Heston’s slave collar from Planet of the Apes but also because, since…

The Deeply Nerdy—and Insanely Expensive—World of Prop Collecting

“Previous generations bought Renoirs and Cézannes,” Dan Lanigan says. “We’re buying stormtrooper helmets and Ghostbusters proton packs.” The burly TV producer is referring to the obsessive (and costly) pursuit of prop collecting. “This is the fine art of my generation.” It used to be an underground hobby. People did it, but nobody talked about it—not only because it was embarrassing to admit that you coveted Charlton Heston’s slave collar from Planet of the Apes but also because, since…

'Star Wars 7': Mark Hamill Spotted On Set with 'VII' Logo -- Mark Hamill shows off his trimmed Jedi beard outside of the London soundstages where 'Star Wars: Episode VII' is being shot. -- http://www.movieweb.com/news/star-wars-7-mark-hamill-spotted-on-set-with-vii-logo

Star Wars 7: Mark Hamill Spotted On Set with VII Logo

'Star Wars 7': Mark Hamill Spotted On Set with 'VII' Logo -- Mark Hamill shows off his trimmed Jedi beard outside of the London soundstages where 'Star Wars: Episode VII' is being shot. -- http://www.movieweb.com/news/star-wars-7-mark-hamill-spotted-on-set-with-vii-logo

For a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood movie-making, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour is one of the best options around Los Angeles. This tour offers a 2-3 hour experience inside a working Hollywood studio, with the chance to explore outdoor sets and soundstages used to create La La Land, Gilmore Girls, The Big Bang Theory, and numerous …

Review: Is the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Worth It

For a behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood movie-making, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour is one of the best options around Los Angeles. This tour offers a 2-3 hour experience inside a working Hollywood studio, with the chance to explore outdoor sets and soundstages used to create La La Land, Gilmore Girls, The Big Bang Theory, and numerous …

Houses in movies are often built on soundstages.  Twilight’s contemporary Cullen house was built on this Canadian soundstage for the third movie, Eclipse.  For the fourth and fifth movies, this same house is currently being totally rebuilt on a Baton Rouge soundstage.  This house is a copy of one built in Washington by Jeff Kovel who designed it for Nike Executive John Hoke.     The first movie was filmed in the actual house.  Hoke was thrilled to lend his house for the movie, even though…

Houses in movies are often built on soundstages. Twilight’s contemporary Cullen house was built on this Canadian soundstage for the third movie, Eclipse. For the fourth and fifth movies, this same house is currently being totally rebuilt on a Baton Rouge soundstage. This house is a copy of one built in Washington by Jeff Kovel who designed it for Nike Executive John Hoke. The first movie was filmed in the actual house. Hoke was thrilled to lend his house for the movie, even though…

Next up is this great studio shot from our Instagram buddy @pavelkhalitov ! : http://www.motionpicturelightingandgrip.com/onset/shoutout-series-russia/ #russia #fiilmstudio #soundstage #soundstages #filmmaking #gripandelectric #setlighting #setlife #griplife #mplg #motionpicturelightingandgrip #studio #filmproduction

Next up is this great studio shot from our Instagram buddy @pavelkhalitov ! : http://www.motionpicturelightingandgrip.com/onset/shoutout-series-russia/ #russia #fiilmstudio #soundstage #soundstages #filmmaking #gripandelectric #setlighting #setlife #griplife #mplg #motionpicturelightingandgrip #studio #filmproduction

“Previous generations bought Renoirs and Cézannes,” Dan Lanigan says. “We’re buying stormtrooper helmets and Ghostbusters proton packs.” The burly TV producer is referring to the obsessive (and costly) pursuit of prop collecting. “This is the fine art of my generation.”  It used to be an underground hobby. People did it, but nobody talked about it—not only because it was embarrassing to admit that you coveted Charlton Heston’s slave collar from Planet of the Apes but also because, since…

The Deeply Nerdy—and Insanely Expensive—World of Prop Collecting

“Previous generations bought Renoirs and Cézannes,” Dan Lanigan says. “We’re buying stormtrooper helmets and Ghostbusters proton packs.” The burly TV producer is referring to the obsessive (and costly) pursuit of prop collecting. “This is the fine art of my generation.” It used to be an underground hobby. People did it, but nobody talked about it—not only because it was embarrassing to admit that you coveted Charlton Heston’s slave collar from Planet of the Apes but also because, since…

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