Meet Joe Black (1998) Filming Locations

Location #1: William’s mansion

Aldrich Mansion, 836 Warwick Neck Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island, United States

Location #2: The accident

At Lexington Avenue & East 23rd Street, Manhattan, New York, United States

Location #3: Penthouse

2 East 61st Street, Manhattan, New York, United States

4 thoughts on “Meet Joe Black (1998) Filming Locations

  1. Thomas Warren

    This movie remains one of my all-time favorites, largely due to its elegant sets and locations. Try as I may, i cannot find photos of many of the magnificent sets built as the various rooms in Bill Parish’s different residences, though these shooting locations I have been able to find help to bring the transcendence of this beautifully photographed movie to life for me. I truly hope there are others who were moved by the stunning visuals of this movie as much as I continue to be, and always offer ongoing thanks to the producers and filming experts who brought these places together to complete the look of a warming and enduring masterpiece in Meet Joe Black.

    1. A. B. Funkhauser

      A truly magnificent film that is not only a visual feast but a visceral exercise that challenges what may be. The snark coming from several U.S.critics at the time of release reminded me that imagination is not immediately rewarded but trickles down to the viewership. Twenty two years later, MJB is enjoying a renaissance thanks to Twitter.

  2. Mike

    Excellent, and quite underrated movie. The sets are extraordinary, and fit the movie perfectly. Hopkins is so diverse in his range; but fits the roll of a billionaire better than any other. All the other actors were solid as well. Such a well written and put together movie. And the music throughout sets a distinguished tone as well: But I agree, without the lavish settings, the movie wouldn’t be the same. I read somewhere that the rooftop Manhattan apartment(shown from aerial shots), is actually owned by the founder of Saks 5th Ave. Of course, the interior sets were built in the studio.


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