Grandma’s Boy (2006)

The 2006 Adam Sandler produced comedy “Grandma’s Boy” filmed around Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.  Alex, played by Allen Covert, lives here with his friend Josh.

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LOCATION: 918 E Edgeware Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Dante, played by Peter Dante, lives in this Burbank home.

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LOCATION: 5104 Ledge Ave, Burbank, CA 91505

Jeff, played by Nick Swardson, lives in this Toluca Lake home.

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 LOCATION: 4649 Sancola Ave, Toluca Lake, CA 91602

Grandma Lilly’s home can be found in the Angelino Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, just across the street from the houses from Michael Jackon’s “Thriller” music video and the TV show “Charmed” (this house was also used in the film “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo”).

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LOCATION: 1324 Carroll Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026

The boys grab a bite at the original Tommy’s hamburgers.  A popular and long-running establishment, Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood” also filmed here.

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LOCATION: 2575 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90057

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Samantha, played by Linda Cardellini, lives at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.  While the address is on S Grand Ave, the side seen in the film faces S Olive St near Pershing Square.

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LOCATION: 506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071 (rear entrance facing S Olive St)

22 Jump Street (2014)

In the sequel comedy “22 Jump Street,” the church used as the police headquarters is briefly seen again in the film.  The team is seen relocating to a building across the street, supposedly located at the titular address.  In reality, there’s only some houses across the street from the church.  The new HQ is another church located about 5 miles away (614 St Maurice Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117).

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LOCATION: 222 N Roman St, New Orleans, LA 70112

Over at the Sony lot in Culver City, California, you can find this football helmet shaped vehicle, used in an action sequence in the film.

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LOCATION: 10202 W Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

Related articles: 21 Jump Street (2012)

21 Jump Street (2012)

In the surprisingly entertaining 2012 film adaptation of the 1980s TV series “21 Jump Street,” the police headquarters, supposedly located at the titular address, is actually the St. James AME Church in New Orleans.  The church pops up again briefly in the sequel “22 Jump Street.”

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LOCATION: 222 N Roman St, New Orleans, LA 70112

This building directly to the left is part of the same church property and also seen in the film several times.

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Related articles: 22 Jump Street (2014)

Superbad (2007)

The 2007 comedy “Superbad” shot all  around Southern California, including the San Fernando Valley, El Segundo, Culver City and more.  The high school scenes were filmed at El Segundo High School.

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LOCATION: 640 Main St, El Segundo, CA 90245

Here is the front entrance of the school, also seen in the film.  The same high school was used in the films “Role Models” and “The Babysitter.”

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The “Good Shopper” supermarket where Seth, played by Jonah Hill, attempts to steal alcohol, only to back out after visions of being murdered, was filmed at Jon’s Market in Glendale.

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LOCATION: 1717 W Glenoaks Blvd, Glendale, CA 91201

The liquor store where “McLovin” attempts to buy alcohol, only to wind up caught in the middle of a robbery, was filmed at a real liquor store, also located in Glendale.  The scene where Seth gets hit by a car was also filmed in this same parking lot.

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LOCATION: 1700 Victory Blvd, Glendale, CA 91201

The party house where Evan and Seth try yet again to steal alcohol can be found in Northridge.  It’s located on the same street as the house from another Seth Rogen film, “Knocked Up.”

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LOCATION: 17711 Community St, Northridge, CA 91325

Bailey’s Bar and Grill, where the cops take McLovin, was actually the Buggy Whip restaurant in Westchester.  It was seen in several other films, including “Blow,” “The Doors” and “Date Night.”  Unfortunately, the restaurant closed in 2013 and was demolished in 2017.

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LOCATION: 7420 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (now demolished)