War of the Worlds Locations
War of the Worlds is an American sci-fi action movie directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Josh Friedman and David Koepp, and based on the novel by H. G. Wells. Starring Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Tim Robbins, Miranda Otto, Justin Chatwin, and Rick Gonzalez, along with the narration by Morgan Freeman, the film tells a modern version of H.G Wells' sci-fi classic. It was released on June 29, 2005, in the United States, grossing $591.9 million against a $132 million budget. The film was also nominated for 3 Oscars. War of the Worlds was shot at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, Universal Studios in Universal City, and Fox Studios in Los Angeles.
Where was War of the Worlds Filmed?
War of the Worlds was filmed in Athens, Beacon, Brownsburg, Canyon Country, Carroll St, Cold Spring, Croton-on-Hudson, Elizabeth, Ferry St, Fox Studios, Howell, John F. Kennedy Blvd, Korean War Veterans Pkwy, Lexington, Mesa, Naugatuck, Piru, Raphine, Red Hook and Santa Clarita.
The complete list of the locations with latitude and longitude coordinates are listed below in the table.
War of the Worlds Locations Map
War of the Worlds Locations Table
|John F. Kennedy Blvd||40.674297||-74.116188|
|Korean War Veterans Pkwy||40.532890||-74.200630|
|Sony Pictures Studios||34.017490||-118.402534|
|Universal Studios Hollywood||34.137966||-118.353951|
|Warner Bros. Studios||34.148235||-118.339653|
|Water St & Peck Slip||40.708267||-74.001976|
|Witmer St & Ingraham St||34.053078||-118.267189|