Stuck on what to get your Brooklyn Heights obsessed friend/family member for the holidays this year? Or wondering what entertainment you can offer your Thanksgiving guests? Behold! Our list of films shot in Brooklyn Heights – you can sit around the flat screen and marvel at the local sights included in each.
Here’s our list (feel free to add more in the comments below):
It’s arguably the most well know movie shot in Brooklyn Heights. Take the opportunity to shout out – “hey look that’s where Jack the Horse is now!” while watching the flick with friends. And also pour one out for the “Moonstruck tree”.
Where 10 Montague Terrace plays a crucial and SPOOKY role.
This romp featuring Catherine Zeta-Jones includes locations like 8 Montague Terrace.
Age of Innocence
The Scorsese classic features 32 Remsen Street.
Three Days of the Condor
The classic thriller features scenes outside 175 Remsen, as well as Cranberry Street between Willow and Columbia Heights.
The classic mob tale was shot on Pierrepont Place as well as at 57 Montague Street.
You talkin’ to me? Well – SPOILER ALERT – the climax of this classic on Cadman Plaza West near Park Plaza Diner.
This thriller features Cranberry Street between Willow and Hicks.
Burn After Reading
This Coen Brothers vehicle saw Brooklyn Heights doubling for Washington D.C. George Clooney wooed the crowds of fans who flocked to the area to watch the filming at locations mostly in the North Heights.
This sort of watchable Vince Vaughn comedy took over much of the North Heights while filming here in 2012.
— Stephanie Choi (@StephanieChoi7) December 6, 2012
Ohhh heyyyy Paul Rudd! pic.twitter.com/VSReJ29d
— Hina Samnani (@hina_tsunami) June 27, 2012
They Came Together
The Paul Rudd/Amy Poehler comedy shot here in 2012 and folks lined up to watch filming at the Clark Street Tazza.
For Pete’s Sake
Streisand and a herd of cattle romp through the neighborhood in this madcap comedy.