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It’s Called: Hedsor House
You (Will) Remember It from: Mortdecai
You’ll Find It in: Buckinghamshire, England
Last Known Asking Price: Well, it’s an events venue now and rates start at around 3,000 pounds per day. So probably around 3,000 pounds.
But It’s Worth It Because: You’ll never forget the time you did team building exercises and discussed Q4 budget projections in an unnecessarily elaborate structure in England.

Read more here: http://thescript.thetake.com/10-mansions-in-movies/

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The taking of Deborah Logan

There’s a new paranormal movie coming out. 

*cricket noise*

But *plot twist* this one actually looks half decent! In modern day society, it isn’t often you will find me saying that about the release of a paranormal movie. But I have just watched the trailer (attached to this post) and I must say that I am impressed. The movie is directed by Adam Robitel who is best known for making short movies or TV documentaries. But, it looks like he has done surprisingly well and I must say i’m impressed.  

“What starts as a poignant medical documentary about Deborah Logan’s descent into Alzheimer’s disease and her daughter’s struggles as caregiver degenerates into a maddening portrayal of dementia at its most frightening, as hair-raising events begin to plague the family and crew and an unspeakable malevolence threatens to tear the very fabric of sanity from them all.” 
Now im struggling to work out whether the use of such a serious and devastating illness such as Alzheimer is distasteful and disrespectful or pure genius? Using that vulnerability to real us in and make us sympathize or understand the character, its something new. We’ve worked with creepy, innocent, vulnerable children before. And its getting pretty old. So, could this new spin be a new turn for the horror genre? Who knows. All I know is that i’m excited to find out. 

It’s Called: The mansion formerly known as St. Patrick’s Seminary
You Remember It from: Baz Luhrmann’s version of The Great Gatsby
You’ll Find It in: Sydney, Australia
Last Known Asking Price: A… trillion dollars? The International College of Management, Sydney took over the building in 1996. The deal probably went something like:
Seminary: “We’d like a trillion dollars, please.”
College: “Okay, here’s a trillion dollars.”
But It’s Worth It Because: Now all those Australian kids have a place to go to learn how to manage things.

Read it here: http://thescript.thetake.com/10-mansions-in-movies/

It’s Called: The Razor Residence
You Remember It from: Iron Man 3
You’ll Find It in: The land of make believe. Yep. The mansion you saw in the movie was digitally created. But there’s a strikingly similar property in La Jolla, California that may or may not have inspired Sir Favreau.
Last Known Asking Price: $39 million. And it sold for $14.1 million. Missed it by that much.
But It’s Worth It Because: You get to play a really expensive game of pretend.

Read more here: http://thescript.thetake.com/10-mansions-in-movies/

It’s Called: Aldrich Mansion
You Remember It from: Meet Joe Black
You’ll Find It in: Narragansett Bay, Warwick, Rhode Island
Last Known Asking Price: The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence has owned it since 1939, so maybe don’t look for a Re/Max listing any time soon.
But it’s Worth It Because: When Catholics temporarily grant access to their mansions for the purposes of filming movies about romance and death and Brad Pitt, everybody wins.

Read more here: http://thescript.thetake.com/10-mansions-in-movies/

It’s Called: 2900 North Bay Road (apparently the naming-things guy took a day off)
You Remember It from: Pain and Gain
You’ll Find It in: Miami Beach, Florida
Last Known Asking Price: Director Michael Bay reportedly picked it up from non-director Hulk Hogan for a cool $18.9M.

But It’s Worth It Because: You’re working with six bedrooms, two guest apartments, a media room, a rooftop terrace and a pool complete with the requisite cabana. Miami does this.

Read more here: http://thescript.thetake.com/10-mansions-in-movies/

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