- n. The farthest section of a parking lot.
- n. Hollywood : The area of a movie studio where outdoor scenes were filmed. Typically generic "towns" such as western, which could be re-used as needed.
“Why not have a multi-temporal thing where you can see the crew filming in a Shanghai studio backlot from the 20s? ”
“We made our way to the "backlot" of the park, and came across a waterslide style ride, with a long queue.”
“That sequence was one of the few not shot in Boston — in fact, it was shot almost entirely on the Paramount backlot.”
“And the angels can go anywhere at any time, so we have the perfect use for all of those sets laying around in the backlot.”
“Estate agent pitch Live the urban bachelor dream in this sought-after warehouse apartment, located in a fashionable part of the movie studio backlot.”
“Mr. Hellman screens "The Road to Nowhere," a movie-within-a-movie, wrapped in a mystery, that evokes the backlot noir of David Lynch's "Mullholland Dr." and the deja-vu seductions of "Last Year at Marienbad.”
“Step off the Violet to see emerald lagoons and secret grottoes hidden within the 3,000 limestone karsts, accessed by bamboo boats straight out of a Hollywood backlot.”
“The second unit film crew were filming part of the big battle of Hogwarts sequence on Friday evening on the backlot.”
“Well, sadly, the “actual” film cars have been rotting away on the Universal backlot for the last 25 years, being picked apart and neglected.”
“Scott Fitzgerald said "under the moon" looked like "the backlot of 30 acres of fairyland," had a cemetery, Tarzan's jungle, Grand Central Station, a Southern mansion and one of MGM's most familiar sets, the home of Andy Hardy and his family.”
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