Iconic Movie And TV Locations to See in Toronto

By:- Sahil Luthra

Fairmont Royal York, Shazam!

Having celebrated its 90th birthday in 2019, the sprawling, 898-room Fairmont Royal York hotel is such a favorite and prolific location for movie, TV, commercial, and music video production

Massey Hall, The Shape of Water

Winner of four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, Guillermo Del Toro's atmospheric, heartfelt homage to classic horror movies like The Creature From The Black Lagoon featured numerous Toronto locations prominently, including Massey Hall, an historic, 2,765-seat performance venue.

Union Station, Suicide Squad

Silver Streak, a 1976 action comedy, saw a train engine car bore through Union Station, and 30 years later DC Comics' 2016 Suicide Squad tore it up during a major climactic battle between the antihero team

City Hall, The Handmaid's Tale

Late Finnish architect Viljo Revell is credited with creating one of Toronto's most unique landmarks and popular locations for sci-fi and alternate universe-set productions.

University of Toronto, Mean Girls

2012's Total Recall remake, Ang Lee's 2008 Marvel movie The Incredible Hulk, and Tina Fey's cult 2004 comedy Mean Girls, starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Fey herself.

Roy Thomson Hall, The Boys

Also a favored venue for events during the Toronto International Film Festival, the Roy Thomson Hall, both its exterior, interior, and glorious 2,630-seat auditorium (which underwent a six-month, $20 million upgrade in 2002

Financial District, Suits

The building should also look familiar to fans of 2000's darkly comic cult horror hit, American Psycho; this is where Christian Bale's already unhinged serial killer character, Patrick Bateman,