Not only does the hero, heroine, or villain make movies the best, buildings also play a vital role. Ever desire to have a house after seeing it on-screen? Architecture and movies have a significant bond. Architecture adds authenticity and aesthetics to the movies. The representation of real-life is exhibited with buildings. It provides a more realistic effect than filming it in the studio. We have rounded up these famous buildings that are spotted in the movies.
Six Famous Houses in Movies
Can you spot these most used buildings in movies? Here are six famous movie buildings that every fan wants to see and learn about. Take our latest trivia questions on iconic movie buildings to entertain and educate yourself.
Home Alone-Winnetka, Illinois
The 1990 highest-grossing film Home Alone was shot in Kevin McAllister’s sprawling house. Visitors can still see the stately brick Georgian on a tree-lined street in Winnetka.
What Building Has Been Mostly Used in Movies?
- A. Empire State Building
- B. The Dakota
- C. Timberline Lodge
- D. Thamesmead Housing Estate
The Brady Bunch-Los Angeles
The Brady Bunch house is located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California. It is a split-level residence with three rooms, and three baths, expanding 2,477 sq. feet. It has beautiful backyards. If you ever visit California, you can check out the building. It is believed that this house is one of the most photographed houses in the US.
Tony Stark’s cabin: Georgia, USA
Every Marvel fan’s dream is to explore or build a home-like Tony Stark’s cabin. It is located in Fairburn, Georgia, close to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Six visitors can accommodate the cabin. This place is perfect for weekend getaways.
Empire State Building – ‘King Kong’
The Empire State Building is featured in the 1933 movie ‘King Kong’. You might have remembered the scene where the eponymous ape was being attacked by fighter planes. The Empire State Building is located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It is recognized as the tallest building in the world between 1931 and 1971.
Casa Mila – ‘The Passenger’
Casa Mila , also known as La Pedrera is a modernist building in Barcelona. It was designed by the architect Antoni Gaudi and was his civil building project. The building was completed in 1912. It is not only featured in The Passenger but also a popular tourist attraction. The building has skylights, fans, and chimneys crafted as sculptures or Catalan vaults. The rooftop featured in the scene in Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1975 movie ‘The Passenger’ starring Jack Nicholson and Maria Schneider.
Fox Plaza – ‘Die Hard’
Fox Plaza is one of the famous movie buildings, located in Century City, Los Angeles, California. This building became famous after featuring in the 1988 action film ‘Die Hard’ which was targeted by terrorists on Christmas. The building’s destruction was shot using a scale model.