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The Giver might be set in a world lacking color and memory but in reality the new movie was filmed in two of the world's most vibrant cities - Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa.
To celebrate the film's release, African Travel, Inc has two tours that will bring fans to the cities where where The Giver's stars -including Katie Holmes, Taylor Swift, Jeff Bridges, Alexander Skarsgård, and Meryl Streep - lived while filming The Giver.
It's no coincidence that, at times, Think Like A Man Too feels like a 105-minute commercial for Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
As part of a unique deal between Caesars and Screen Gems, the sequel's script was specifically written to include 17 locations at the hotel and casino. Among the most prominently featured are the swanky Constantine villa, the Forum Shops, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, the Venus Pool Club, Nobu Restaurant and Planet Hollywood.
In Tammy Melissa McCarthy plays a woman who loses her job, finds her husband cheating on her and then, as if that weren't enough, she hits a deer and totals her car.
So what's a girl to do when she's down on her luck? Take a road trip with her Grandma Pearl to Niagara Falls of course! Now this is an idea we can get behind.
Here are few things you can do with your grandma in Niagara Falls this summer, too:
No, the city of Atlanta isn't installing a new zip line attraction, it's just the latest movie set to take over downtown.
The Divergent sequel, Insurgent, has set up zip lines that connect to several rooftops across downtown Atlanta - including The Peachtree Center - for filming taking place this week.
A new movie hitting theaters this summer is just one of many recent projects to show Iceland some love.
The independent film Land Ho! follows two old fiends, Colin and Mitch, as they travel through Iceland after Colin's split with his second wife.
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Fans of The Fault In Our Stars are so enthusiastic that some are going as far as booking their next trips to Amsterdam for the purpose of immersing themselves in the world of John Green's best selling novel.
In the book (and now the movie), Gus (Ansel Elgort) and Hazel (Shailene Woodley) travel to Amsterdam to track down Hazel's favorite author, Peter Van Houten. The trip is a dream come true for the cancer stricken teen and includes many of the story's most memorable moments.
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To celebrate the release of Blended, Warner Brothers and the Huffington Post UK are giving away a dream trip to South Africa.
The Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore comedy was filmed at the Sun City Resort, located 2 hours outside of Johannesburg, last spring.
Jon Hamm spent much of last spring filming his new movie Million Dollar Arm in India and, during a recent press junket, he shared some advice for first time visitors to the country.
Don't Eat The Fruit Basket...
Now, just one year later, we're about to see Monument Valley and Moab, UT on the big screen as the movie is released on June 27. Bay spent just two weeks filming in Utah but the area is expected to have a large roll in the overall film.
Tunisia is trying to save one of its most important landmarks and they need your help.
The site in question is the set that served as the fictional city of Mos Espa, located on the planet Tatooine, in the Star Wars films. Since being built for the movies in the 1970s, the location has become such a popular tourist destination there is a hotel built right inside.
This weekend moviegoers will get their first look at dystopian Chicago as Divergent hits the big screen.
The movie is based on Veronica Roth's books set in a Chicago where the population has been split into five factions based on virtues.
This weekend Wes Anderson's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, opens in theaters, but this is one resort you can't actually check into.
The movie is set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka in the 1930s and, true to Anderson's style, takes viewers along on a whimsical caper involving a stolen painting and a group of wealthy and eclectic Zubrowkans.