La La Land was filmed in Los Angeles in the United States of America.
Warner Bros. Studios
Scene where Mia works at a coffee shop on the studio lot.
Scene was shot Constructed by First National Studios in 1926, this studio was acquired by Warner Bros. in a 1928 merger and became their headquarters when they closed their Sunset Boulevard studio in 1937. The facility consists of 36 sound stages, a 2,000,000-gallon water tank in Stage 16, numerous office buildings, and an extensive backlot in a variety of styles including a New York Street, Midwestern Town, and more. Public tours of the facility began in 1973 in a partnership with Columbia Pictures with a focus on the process of film-making, in contrast with Universal Studios more amusement park style tour.
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Mia's Home (exterior)
Scene where Five years later Mia arrives at her new home.
Scene was shot None
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