Filmed in the Loop
Bueller? Bueller? With skyscrapers, historic buildings, the Chicago River and more, the Loop is a filmmaker's delight. Use this list to take a tour of some famous films in the Loop.
Here the brothers get the receipt stamped to save the orphanage just in time before being arrested by a crowd of police and national guard.
The Old Chicago Post Office served as the Gotham City Bank in the opening heist sequence of The Dark Knight.
Filming of the famous parade sequence in Ferris Bueller's Day Off took place right here on South Dearborn Street.
Dr. Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford) makes a phone call to the police in The Fugitive (1993) on the corner of Wacker and Wells.
In High Fidelity, Rob stands on this bridge while he lists the things he misses about Laura, his current breakup, before tentatively proposing to her at the The Rainbo Club.
In The Dark Knight, this location was the site of both the raid on the police commissioner's funeral and the famous confrontation between Batman and the Joker.
Chaos ensues around Michigan Avenue, the Chicago River and LaSalle Street as the Autobots battle the Decepticons.