Guy shows how Famous Movie Locations have Changed Over The Years

The best way to relive a movie that we’ve watched ages before (if we get the chance) would be to visit the actual places where they were shot. Not everyone has the privilege to travel around the world and go on a Hollywood bonanza trip. But God forbid if we had been given that ride, I don’t think anyone would jump off from that magic carpet.

Experiential Designer Phil Grishayev who is originally from Warsaw, Poland but now lives in Los Angeles, California is giving us the trip back to memory lane. He hops from one place to the other with photographs showing how some famous movie locations have changed during the course of time. Nostalgia will start kicking into your system while going through his pictures.


1. Superbad (2007)

The liquor store scene in Glendale, California. The movie stars Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Emma Stone.

2. Top Gun (1986).

The movie stars Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis, and this scene was shot at Kansas City Barbeque.

3. Speed (1994).

Starring Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves this scene was shot inside a subway train in the Metro Red Line & Metro Purple Line- Pershing Square.

4. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992).

Starring Macaulay Culkin, shot this scene at Radio City Music Hall in New York.