Point Dume is one of the most beautiful and popular places in Malibu.
Today morning I had every-year spring hike and enjoyed fantastic ocean view with a lot of yellow flowers!
This is photo from my phone, no filters or Photoshop!
With its close proximity to the film and television industry location, Point Dume’s Westward Beach continues to be a popular filming location for films, television, advertisements, and videos, appearing frequently whenever a beach scene is needed.
Important scenes in the Planet of the Apes series were filmed at Point Dume. The cliff face of the Point is obscured by the matte painting of the Statue of Liberty.
The Normandy landings of the film D-Day the Sixth of June were filmed at Point Dume.
Important scenes in the Planet of the Apes series were filmed at Point Dume’s Westward Beach.
In the Iron Man films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the protagonist Tony Stark’s huge seaside mansion was set on Point Dume, at the edge of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and was given the fictitious address 10880 Malibu Point, 90265. Though interior shots were filmed on real sets, the mansion itself is fictional; because Point Dume is a protected area and construction on its cliffs is strictly prohibited, the home was created as a 3D model and digitally placed on the rocks in post-production.
The music video Sandcastles in the Sand for the TV show How I Met Your Mother was filmed on Point Dume State Beach.
The season 3 finale of Angel was filmed on the cliffs above Point Dume State Beach.
The TV series Son of the Beach was frequently filmed on Point Dume State Beach.
An episode of the television series Modern Family was filmed on Point Dume State Beach.
The pilot episode of I Dream of Jeannie was filmed at Point Dume, which served as the deserted South Pacific island where astronaut Tony Nelson’s (Larry Hagman) capsule washed ashore and he released (Barbara Eden) Jeannie from 2,000 years of imprisonment.
The wedding in the season 2 finale of Chuck was filmed on Point Dume State Beach.
The season 1 episode “Dominoes” of the television series Scorpion was mostly set at Point Dume.
And tadadadam! New filmmakers are coming on the Point Dume –
So we will see a new film from this amazing place soon!
See you!! Have a wonderful day! 🙂