Check out a few of the British landmarks that stand-in for either Moscow or New York throughout Jack Ryan:
Liverpool Street Station in East London was transformed into a Moscow skyscraper where villain Viktor Cherevin houses his offices.
Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square was then turned into the fictional Hotel Grushnitsky in November of 2012. In real life the historic building is home to is "prime office, retail and leisure space including an original art deco ballroom."
London wasn't the only U.K. city whose streets were fashioned to look like Moscow. Brunswick Street in Liverpool was used for a few Russian driving scenes, too.
You can try to determine what's really NYC and Moscow, and what's not, this weekend as Jack Ryan opens nationwide.