New York Film Locations

 





Fools Rush In (1997)

After a chance meeting in Las Vegas and a night together at his place, a young American construction supervisor, Alex Whitman (Matthew Perry), leaves Mexican photographer Isabel Fuentes (Salma Hayek) pregnant. She finds him a few months later just to let him know what happened. In the rush of the moment he follows her and they decide to get married. After that, a clash of customs and ideas develops in their families and in their relationship because of their different cultural and national backgrounds.


Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York Harbor.
  The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, designed by Frédéric Bartholdi and dedicated on October 28, 1886.

Website: Official Statue of Liberty
 

6th Avenue (btw West 50th and 51st Street) Manhattan.
   

Bethesda Fountain (Mid-Park at 72nd Street) Central Park, Manhattan.
   

Subway Station, West 72nd Street and Broadway, Manhattan.
   

Times Square, Manhattan.
  Times Square is a major commercial intersection, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Street.

Webcam: Times Square Live Webcam
 

Downtown Manhattan Heliport, Pier 17, Manhattan.
   

Downtown Manhattan Heliport

The Downtown Manhattan Heliport also known as the Downtown Manhattan/Wall St. Heliport, is a helicopter landing platform at Pier 6 in the East River in Manhattan, New York. It is a public heliport operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey with charter service to Newark Liberty International Airport, Teterboro Airport, Morristown Municipal Airport, and other New York-area airports. Public sightseeing and VIP flights are also common. Downtown Manhattan Heliport opened on December 8, 1960, supplementing the existing heliport at West 30th Street which opened in 1956. The Downtown Manhattan Heliport was the first heliport in the United States certified for scheduled passenger service. During the 1960s and 1970s, New York Airways provided scheduled service from the heliport to the city's major airports. Scheduled passenger service was discontinued with PanAm's bankruptcy in the mid-1980s. In 2006, US Helicopter resumed scheduled passenger service with hourly flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport. Much of the heliport's traffic is generated by Wall Street and the lower Manhattan financial district; top business executives and time-sensitive document deliveries often use the heliport. The heliport is also the normal landing spot for the President of the United States on visits to New York. Michael Bloomberg, now mayor of New York, frequently used the heliport to fly btw Bloomberg L.P. headquarters and Johns Hopkins University when he was chairman of both institutions.





 


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