Collateral was filmed in Los Angeles in the United States of America.
Stealing a Phone
Scene was shot Designed by architect Claud Beelman in the Corporate Moderne style, the 12-story hotel began its life as the headquarters of the Superior Oil Company in 1955. The building features white marble cladding and exposed stainless steel on the exterior. In 2002 the building was reopened after an extensive remodel as the second location of The Standard Hotel with the addition of a rooftop pool, bar, and dance floor on the 12th floor.
GPS: ['34.0501916406', '-118.256964293']
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Scene was shot LAX is the fourth busiest airport in the world (2nd in the United States) that covers over 3,500 acres near the beach between Westchester & El Segundo. The airport first opened in 1930 under the name Mines Field and got its current name in 1949. Four parallel runways serve the airport the longest of which is almost 13,000 ft long. LAX has nine passenger terminals with 128 gates as well as a cargo terminal and heliport. The distinctive googie-style Theme Building in the center of the terminal complex was designed in 1961 by architect Paul Williams. The arched structure contains a panoramic retro-futuristic restaurant with views of the airport.
GPS: ['33.9441269173', '-118.402622939']
Los Angeles Central Library
Scene was shot The Central Library was constructed in 1926 by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in the Mediterranean Revival style with Egyptian influences. The library was expanded greatly in the ate 80s with an eight-story atrium wing designed by Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates in a Modernist style. In addition to its books, the library also houses the massive L.A. Public Library Photo Collection with over 3 million historic photos.
GPS: ['34.0503305533', '-118.255011618']