The party house from the 1998 teen comedy “Can’t Hardly Wait” can be found in Altadena, California. The house has been used in a variety of productions over the years, including “American Pie,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” and “I Know Who Killed Me,” as well as such TV shows as “The Mentalist” and “This Is Us.”
The house from the 1999 comedy “American Pie” can be found in Long Beach, California. In the film, Jim, played by Jason Biggs, makes a pact with his friends to lose their virginity. Jim lives with his family at this home, where many famous scenes take place, including a memorable encounter with a sexy foreign exchange student, played by Shannon Elizabeth, as well as the infamous pie scene.
LOCATION: 4153 Cedar Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807
The house where Michelle, played by Alyson Hannigan, lives can also be found on the same road.
LOCATION: 3925 Cedar Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807
Kevin’s home can be found in Pasadena.
LOCATION: 3689 San Pasqual St, Pasadena, CA 91107
The high school used in the film is Millikan High School in Long Beach.
LOCATION: 2800 Snowden Ave, Long Beach, CA 90815
The boys frequent this restaurant, located in Monrovia.
LOCATION: 402 S Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016
The exterior of Stifler’s house can also be found in Pasadena.
LOCATION: 3644 Lombardy Rd, Pasadena, CA 91107
The interiors of Stifler’s house, however, used this house in Altadena. The house has been used in many productions, including “Can’t Hardly Wait,” “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” and “I Know Who Killed Me,” as well as such TV shows as “The Mentalist” and “This Is Us.”
The 1995 film “The Usual Suspects” was filmed mostly in Southern California, with a few scenes shot in New York City.
Keaton, played by Gabriel Byrne, needs to catch a flight from New York to California. At the Flatiron Building in Manhattan, he wants to tell his attorney girlfriend goodbye, but Verbal Kint, played by Kevin Spacey, pushes him to leave without doing so, as they are running late.
LOCATION: 175 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010
The suspects meet up with Redfoot at the Korean Bell of Friendship in San Pedro, California. Perched right in front of a spectacular ocean view, it’s a great place to visit, even if you’re not a fan of the film. The bell was given as a gift by South Korea to celebrate the U.S. bicentennial in 1978.
LOCATION: 3601 Gaffey St, San Pedro, CA 90731
The flashback scenes of Keyser Söze’s Turkish home, where his family is attacked, were actually filmed at the McNally House in Altadena. The home has been featured in such films as “Elizabethtown,” “Beautiful Boy” and “Kingdom Come,” as well as such TV shows as “Entourage,” “Ghost Whisperer” and more. The house is only seen from interior views in the film.
LOCATION: 654 E Mariposa St, Altadena, CA 91001
The police station seen in the film is the San Pedro Municipal Building
LOCATION: 638 S Beacon St, San Pedro, CA 90731
Near the end of the film, after he posts bail, Verbal Kint walks down this sidewalk out front.
Dave Kujan, played by Chazz Palminteri, just misses a vehicle as it turns down W 6th St in San Pedro.
Despite the show’s name, very little of “Beverly Hills 90210” was ever shot in Beverly Hills.
The Walsh residence can actually be found in Altadena, California.
LOCATION: 1675 E Altadena Dr, Altadena, CA 91001
The cast attends “West Beverly High,” which was also filmed far from Beverly Hills at Torrance High School, down in Torrance, California. The same school was used on the TV series “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” and the film “She’s All That.”
LOCATION: 2200 W Carson St, Torrance, CA 90501
Another shot of the school seen frequently on the show.
A few different locations served as the famous “Peach Pit” on the show. In the first season, several episodes depicted the restaurant at this West L.A. restaurant.
LOCATION: 10801 Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
However, production switched to this Venice location for the remainder of the season.
LOCATION: 1027 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291
The most well-known location for the “Peach Pit,” used from the second season onward, can be found in Pasadena. The building has hosted a variety of restaurants since filming ended and no longer bears much resemblance to how it appeared on the show.
LOCATION: 45 S Fair Oaks Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105
If that wasn’t enough Peach Pit for you, in 2019, a special pop-up version surfaced in Los Angeles, which has since closed. The same location was previously used as a pop-up for “Twin Peaks.”
Dylan, played by Luke Perry, lived at this house in Altadena. It’s located just a few houses down from the Walsh residence.
LOCATION: 1605 E Altadena Dr, Altadena, CA 91001
Steve’s house can be found in Encino. The house was also seen in the films “Ghost In The Machine” and “The Dentist.” Trees in the yard are making the front of the property increasingly difficult to see from the road.
LOCATION: 16711 Bosque Dr, Encino, CA 91436
Andrea’s house was formerly located at 540 N Gramercy Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90004, but the houses on this block have since been demolished and replaced by an apartment complex.
Kelly and Donna’s beach house can be found right along the walkways of Hermosa Beach. The same property was featured in the 1980s comedy “My Stepmother Is An Alien.” It’s quite a nice area to visit, even if you’re not a fan of the show.
LOCATION: 3500 The Strand, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
In the 2008 comedy “Step Brothers,” Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly famously waged war on the front lawn to this house in Altadena, where their characters find themselves suddenly living together.
LOCATION: 1987 Midwick Dr, Altadena, CA 91001
The spot where Brennan and Dale, played by Ferrell and Reilly respectively, get beat up by child bullies was filmed at Veteran’s Hospital in North Hills. There are quite a number of buildings and roads on the premises, so it can be tricky finding the exact spot used in the film. To locate it, you must first turn onto Puller Rd. Each building has a large number on it. A bit down Puller Rd, you’ll see the building from the film, which is building 4. It can be easily identified by the long wall surrounding the yard in front of it. The same building was also featured in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween,” as well as such films as “Argo” and “Accepted.”