If you are a movie buff and want to see where it all happens, where props are made and the movies come to life, then this tour is for you!
Warner Bros VIP Studio Tours take two-and-a-quarter hours in a cart. They give an in-depth look at a working studio and may include costume and scenic departments, set building, exterior sets and studio film museum.
The studio's main lot covers 44.5 hectares and has a 13-hectare ranch facility. There are 29 soundstages, eight re-recording stages, a scoring stage, two automatic dialogue replacement stages and an enormous subterranean tank holding millions of litres of water. It is considered one of the foremost motion picture and television production facilities in the world.
The streets you travel along could be straight from New York or Paris, a western town, where the Gilmore girls or Drew Carey live, or Main Street USA.
If you're keen to see a movie premiere, your best bet is to look in the LA Times.