Canada is one of only four countries with a location that has over 100 credits!
Lights, camera, action! It looks like Canada has its own version of Hollywood, and it's right here in Ontario.
A 2021 study revealed the most-filmed locations around the world, and Niagara Falls came in as Canada's winner.
The study, which was conducted by NetCredit, used IMDb Advanced Search to find movies from 1900 to 2020 and then sorted the results based on country and location.
Niagara Falls was named Canada's most-filmed location, with 142 movie credits on IMDb.
Movies like The Long Kiss Goodnight, Superman II, Canadian Bacon, and Niagara starring Marilyn Monroe have all been filmed at this iconic destination.
The most filmed location in the United States is Central Park, with 532 IMDb appearances. Niagara Falls even ranked higher than the Eiffel Tower, which has 95 appearances.
Who knows, you might just notice this Ontario spot during your next movie night.
*Editor's Note: This article has been updated.
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