I have just found out that many of the Google Street View links on this site are broken. I initially thought it was a browser issue, but it wasn’t. I’m working on correcting the situation. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Most of the time, when fantasy movies are set in fictional cities or towns, movie producers make it real simple and use studio backlots for the whole shot. Tim Burton didn’t quite follow the trend when he filmed Edward Scissorhands in 1990, he used a small area of Lutz in Florida as a backdrop.
Although the mansion wasn’t real, the production had many houses in the neighborhood painted to blend in with the film atmosphere. Visit them now!
Yesterday was a day off. I had to do some errands in the borough where I grew up in, the Plateau-Mont-Royal area of Montreal that is. Now, unlike for some people who live in Manhattan or Los Angeles, having Hollywood shoot a film with A-List names in my hometown is rather unusual.
The Score was filmed here during the summer of 2000. Back then I was still a ten-year old attending elementary school. Walking along Avenue du Mont-Royal, I couldn’t resist the urge to drop by Rue de la Roche to pull out my phone and snap a picture of the location we see very early in the movie: Nick’s workshop.
As seen in the film:
And the same place, as of September 1st, 2015:
Hope you like it!
The small house where Lars live, right next to his brother’s is located on
Whitevale Road in the small community of Whitevale in Pickering, Ontario, Canada
The church, where the siblings and the small community meet up, is at
1532 Queen Street East in Caledon, Ontario, Canada
Later in the movie, they can be seen crossing a bridge located
On Wellington County Road 21, Elora, Ontario, Canada
*This post is a stub. Want to improve it? A couple of locations (click here) are still unknown at this moment. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Little changes to the site are to be made soon. A lot of cool locations haven’t been displayed on here because they are subject to what Wikipedia would refer to as stubs. Meaning that I always make a point to have an arbitrary percentage of FOUND locations before doing full-blown articles. Usually around 70%. But sometimes I’m stuck at 40% and while that small 40% can be very interesting, it’s still not published because of this.
So these stubs are to be published as small posts, and listed in the database for those that are interested. These posts will be structured in a way that you’ll still be invited to lend a hand in finding the unknown locations for the film.
Hoping you’ll enjoy it, regardless!