Ever thought about what it resembles to be from George Clooney’s perspective? Discover his foot-and imprints close by many different stars’, everlastingly set in the solid forecourt of this world-acclaimed film royal residence, opened in 1927 and styled after a fascinating pagoda complete with sanctuary ringers and stone paradise canines from China. Join the crowds to discover how huge Arnold’s feet truly are, or look for Betty Grable’s legs, Whoopi Goldberg’s twists, Daniel Radcliffe’s wand, or R2-D2’s wheels.
It started as Grauman’s Chinese Theater (the first proprietor is the Sid alluded to close to certain engravings) and has demonstrated motion pictures since Cecil B DeMille’s The King of Kings originally gleaned over the screen in 1927. Since 2013, it’s been named, properly enough, for Chinese gadgets creator TCL.
To see inside, purchase a film ticket or join a half-hour guided visit (grown-up/senior/kid $14/10/8) offered for the duration of the day (buy online for most ideal selection of times).