Cityscapes, skylines and landmarks are sure ways to connect movie audiences with storylines. The movie industry has a love affair with Las Vegas. Since 1952 there have been more than 70 film releases all using this Sin City as a backdrop in one scene or another. The iconic lights, slot machines and Blackjack tables, the grandiose hotels and the vintage personality of this desert town draw reason enough for movie producers to film here. From the Elvis years to today’s “bromantic” comedies, here are some of the very places where directors, grips and favorite actors spent time making movie magic.
Mike Tyson sued a financial services firm owned by Live Nation Entertainment on Wednesday, claiming one of its advisers embezzled more than $300,000 from the former heavyweight champ and cost him millions more in lost earnings.
A wax figure of one of the stars of “The Hangover” is joining the Madame Tussauds Las Vegas collection.
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The former “Baddest Man on the Planet” still calls Vegas home, but is much more mellow these days.