The film ‘La La Land’ made a big splash when it was released. It garnered rave reviews from critics and viewers alike. It has one of the best nights of any film in history at the Golden Globe Awards where it won in every major category. It was nominated for a slew of Academy Awards including Best Picture. Emma Stone took home the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in the film. The popularity of the film has started to take on a life of its own. Many of the Los Angeles locations where the movie was filmed are quickly becoming major tourist attractions. In fact, interest in these locations is so massive that several entrepreneurs have set up their own tours in an attempt to cash in on the high demand.
The tour that is offered on the Warner Bros. studio lot is showing several of the sets from the film. This was caused by many visitors to the studio asking about the film. The large amount of inquiries caused the tour directors at Warner Bros. to take notice. Reports also indicate that there has been renewed interest in the Lighthouse Cafe and the Griffith Observatory.
Going to the various ‘La La Land’ locations that are not located on the Warner Bros. lot will take some time. This is because Los Angeles is notorious for having the worst traffic in the United States. Therefore, people who are serious about attempting to do this should have an entire day set aside. The locations are not terribly far apart under normal traffic conditions. However, Los Angeles traffic will cause the drive time to increase dramatically. There is no official tour of the locations that are not on the lot. However, industry experts believe that it won’t be long until Warner Bros. organizes one.