During the month of August, the Hollywood Sign shuttle has extended its hours! Now operating from 9 am to 2 pm, the Hollywood Sign shuttle takes visitors to a fantastic Hollywood Sign viewpoint without having to battle traffic or hike for hours. Click here for booking information.
Hollywood’s most famous mountain lion P-22 is considering a name change. Contests have launched around the city to find the best new name for this fantastic beast. Click here for more information.
Last chance to grab the Hollywood Sign shuttle before the end of the year! Hit up this popular attraction on Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets and information available here.
AN OPEN CALL FOR ALL FILM BUFFS!
We’ve listed over 70 films, TV shows, video games and music videos below that have featured the Sign, but there may be more. If you spot a cameo by the Sign that isn’t on our list, please email us with details about the sighting right away.
If we add it to our list, and you’d like credit for your discovery, we’ll put your name in the listing. You’ll be a part of Hollywood Sign history!
The Hollywood Sign Trust adds a ‘Teaching the Sign’ section to the website featuring downloadable worksheets, timelines, and fast facts of the Hollywood Sign for the classroom.
The summer blockbuster, Friends with Benefits, features the Hollywood Sign and especially the Hollywood Sign security. The movie made sure to showcase that trespassing to the Sign is illegal and the police will come to kick you off.
The Hollywood Sign launches a Facebook Page where local and international fans can express their love for the Sign and share their own stories about the biggest icon of movie making.
The Hollywood community comes together for a Save the Peak Community Celebration in the parkland just below the Hollywood Sign, commemorating the historic preservation of the large land tract just west of the Sign. This festive occasion included a press conference, live music, Pink’s Hot Dogs, and one of the best views to be seen anywhere. Some of our celebrity guests included Council member Tom LaBonge, Hollywood Sign Trust Chairman Chris Baumgart, Trust for Public Land President Will Rogers, philanthropist Aileen Getty, and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.