What’s Your Favorite Las Vegas Movie?
What's your favorite Las Vegas movie? Sin City - The Home of Gambling. Las Las Vegas is the home of gambling in the USA. The format for American sports-betting lines was invented by Nevada bookmakers.
Hollywood loves Las Vegas. Many classic heist and gamblig movies have been made in Sin City.
There are over 100 movies made or shot in Las Vegas. Elvis Presley's Viva Las Las and the Martin Scorsese/Robert De Niro collaboration Casino are the most popular. The Hangover, Leaving Las Vitesse and Vegas Vacation are also popular in the comedy genre.
Viva Las Vegas is a 1964 movie. The movie ends at the Little Church of the West, a wedding chapel that is the oldest chapel in Vegas. Casino scenes in the movie were filmed in The Sands Hotel.
Martin Scorsese used the Vegas Landmark Casino to film the 1995 smash Casino starring Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone and Joe Pesci. The film is based on the true story of sports betting pro Frank Lawrence Rosenthal who was played by DeNiro for the movie version.
The majority of the Casino movie was filmed in the Riviera Hotel, Casino & Sportsbook on the Las Vegas strip. The driving scene in Fremont Street in downtown Las Las was shot on Fremon Street. Landmark Casino was once owned by the billionaire aviator Howard Hughes.
21 is a movie about MIT students who won millions in Las Vegas casinos. Kevin Spacey plays a math professor who teaches his students how to play blackjack. The film is based on the book Bringing Down The House.