Burbank, California is a home to several television and film studios and sets, and visitors are given special access to many of them. Have you ever wanted to go behind the scenes of your favoriy television show or movie? Now is your chance to do that on the World Famous Universal Studios Tour. Go behind-the-scenes on the world-famous Universal Studios Studio Tour for an insider's peek at sets from your favorite movies and TV shows, including: The War of the Worlds, Universal Pictures' King Kong, and the all-new The Fast and the Furious: Extreme Close-Up.
You can see where many of your favorite movies and television shows were filmed - and where some current tv shows are being filmed. See Wisteria Lane from ABC's television series Desperate Housewives, drive through the set of Jurassic Park, you can even get a close-up view of Jaws! There are lots of surprises on the tour through the Lot.
Then, face heart-pounding special effects at every turn on the Revenge of the Mummy rollercoaster or raging dinosaurs in Jurassic Park®, then defy every dimension at Shrek 4-D™, an ogre-the-top adventure. Add a classic Hollywood finish to your day, at Universal CityWalk® with 24 great places to eat, 19 movie screens, hot night spots, and more. Universal Studios Hollywood™ - The Entertainment Capital of L.A.Tour Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers to see how movies and television shows are made. If you are lucky, you may even see a film being made or even a movie star on set! The tours aren't expensive, but many need to be booked far in advance, so plan accordingly.
Mergers and acquisitions have helped Warner Bros. accumulate a diverse collection of movies, cartoons and television programs. Warner Bros. Entertainment is headquartered at the Warner Bros. Studios lot, 142 acres in Burbank, California, which is considered one of the foremost motion picture and television production and post-production facilities in the world and home to 35 sound stages (including one of the world’s tallest stages, which has an in-ground tank capable of holding more than two million gallons of water).
As of 2015, Universal is the only studio to have released three billion-dollar films in one year; this distinction was achieved in 2015 with Furious 7, Jurassic World and Minions.