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Posts Tagged ‘ Brittany Murphy filming locations ’

Joyce’s House from “Little Black Book”

Sep 26th, 2013 | By | Category: Movie Locations

Last week, while doing research on locations from fave movie Little Black Book, I decided to watch the “Live & On-Air: The Making of Little Black Book” DVD special feature in which the filming of a deleted scene happened to be shown taking place in front of a house that I immediately recognized.  I had actually stalked – and blogged about – the home back in March 2010 thanks to its appearance in Father of the Bride Part II.  (You can read that post here.)  […]

Derek’s Apartment from “Little Black Book”

Sep 16th, 2013 | By | Category: Movie Locations

The Little Black Book location that I was most interested in tracking down was the supposed New Jersey-area apartment building where Derek (Ron Livingston) lived and where his girlfriend, Stacy (Brittany Murphy), spent most of her time.  I fell in love with the adorably charming building upon sight when first watching Little Black Book and while it continually lingered on my mind as a must-find spot, because I thought it was located somewhere on the East Coast, I never put much effort into it finding […]

Mission Street from “Little Black Book”

Sep 13th, 2013 | By | Category: Movie Locations

Back in November 2010, a fellow stalker named Clayton wrote a comment on my post about Fair Oaks Pharmacy from Mr. Deeds (which you can read here) alerting me that fave movie Little Black Book and the 1985 classic Back to the Future had also done some filming at the 50s-style soda fountain.  And while he was actually wrong on both counts, his comment led me to the discovery that part of the opening sequence from Little Black Book had been filmed just down the […]

Phil’s Bar from “Little Black Book”

Sep 12th, 2013 | By | Category: Movie Locations

A couple of weeks ago, I got on a kick of tracking down locations from fave movie Little Black Book.  Now I should mention here, before I go any further, that the 2004 romantic comedy really isn’t all that good.  I can’t explain why I love it as much as I do, but I think my adoration stems from the fabulous soundtrack and the lead character, Stacy’s (Brittany Murphy), propensity to break out in song.  For whatever reason, I find myself watching and re-watching the […]