New York Film Locations

What Happens in Vegas (2008)

Last Updated: Aug 2023

Joy McNally (cameron Diaz)is driven career woman who is engaged but when her fiancée grows tired of her uptight attitude; he breaks up with her. Jack Fuller (Ashton Kutcher) is a guy who likes to goof off, which makes his boss who also happens to be his father, fire him. Feeling down they both go to Las Vegas to forget about what happened to them. When they get there, a computer error puts them in the same room. And after getting drunk, they wake up to discover they got married, which they both want to get out of. But when they win 3 million dollars, the ownership of which comes into question. When they decide to take it to court, the judge decides that they should remain married for 6 months and attend counseling sessions. So Joy moves in with Jack. And they both learn that if one of them asks to get out of the marriage, the other will get the money. So they each try to drive the other to want to get out of the marriage.

Mason's Apartment, 45 Wall Street and William Street, Manhattan.


(Near Saboroso) 4-40 44th Drive, Queens, New York.


Vazac's Horseshoe Bar, 108 East 7th Street and Avenue B, Manhattan.


New York County Supreme Court, 60 Centre Street, Manhattan.


The Fuller's Apartment, 19 Old Fulton Street & Water Street, Brooklyn.


Subway, Broad Street and Wall Street, Manhattan.


Marriage Counselling Office, 19 Gramercy Park & East 20th Street, Manhattan.


26 New Dock St, Brooklyn.


(Near Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory) 1 Water Street, Brooklyn.


Pearl Street (btw Plymouth Street and Water Street) Brooklyn.


Oheka Castle, 135 West Gate Drive, Huntington, Long Island, New York.


Joy's Workplace, New York Mercantile Exchange, 1 North End Avenue, Manhattan.


otsoNY Comments: The Mannahatta has since closed.

Mannahatta Restaurant, 316 Bowery and Bleecker Street, Manhattan.


Irving Place (btw East 18th and 19th Streets) Manhattan.


otsoNY Comments: Located east of New York City, just off the southern edge of Long Island, 31-mile-long Fire Island is home to some of the most spectacular, pristine beaches in the United States. Its proximity to NYC and the laid-back vibe have made Fire Island a favorite for all types of visitors—from families and couples to LGBTQ vacationers, who gravitate toward Cherry Grove and the Fire Island Pines, communities that have been gay-friendly since before Stonewall. These two charming villages make for a perfect summer weekend retreat.

Lighthouse, Fire Island National Seashore, New York.



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