Hyatt Regency Houston Makes It Easy to Tour Hollywood Film Locations with Addresses, Directions

Houston, TX, July 14, 2010 --( Did you know that some of Hollywood’s most memorable movies, including the 1983 Best Picture winner Terms of Endearment, have been filmed in Houston? Finding these film locations is easy when you visit the Concierge Desk at Hyatt Regency Houston. Simply ask for the Hollywood Houston Tour, a complimentary and easy-to-follow list of directions as well as addresses for your car’s navigation system.

Hollywood director and Houston native Wes Anderson chose St. John’s School -- his very own high school -- as the backdrop for the fictional prep school in his 1998 movie Rushmore starring Bill Murray. Movie buffs can also visit the house where Aurora lived in Terms of Endearment or recreate the lunch scene between Aurora (played by Shirley MacLaine) and Garrett (Jack Nicholson) at Brennan’s restaurant.

Brad Pitt and Sean Penn caused quite a stir in 2008 when they were seen shooting scenes in downtown Houston for their soon-to-be-released movie The Tree of Life, which is now in post-production.

Hyatt’s Concierge team will update the list of filming locations as new movies such as The Tree of Life are released.

Located in the heart of downtown and boasting 947 guestrooms, Hyatt Regency Houston features 71,300 square feet of flexible function space including the 16,000-square-foot Imperial Ballroom, and the 28,000-square-foot exhibit hall. Just steps from Houston’s Entertainment District and Main Street’s Metro Light Rail, Hyatt Regency Houston is the place to stay whether traveling for business or pleasure. Reservations may be obtained by calling 713-654-1234, or logging on to

Kaplan Public Relations
Anna Drake