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Los Angeles: HELLO! Online's guide to celebrity-spotting in Hollywood

February 2, 2015
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Ever wondered where Cameron Diaz gets her mani and pedi done, or where Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox lunch, or where Charlize Theron spends an afternoon when she’s not filming her latest Hollywood film? Well, wonder no more. David Cronenberg’s latest psychological thriller Maps To The Stars, starring Julianne Moore, Robert Pattinson, John Cusack and Mia Wasikowska, about a Hollywood family chasing the celebrity dream, arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on 2 February and to mark its release we've created an exclusive map of Tinseltown's hottest celebrity haunts so that you too can go and rub shoulders with the rich and famous in Los Angeles.


Craig's restaurant, 8826 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood Many a celebrity have feasted at this all-American high-profile diner. Cecconi's restaurant, 8764 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood This Italian restaurant needs no introduction. Given that it's the backdrop for many famous faces who also love their delicious food and and wine, it's no wonder it can be one of the hardest tables in town to book. Madeo restaurant, 8897 Beverly Boulevard, West Hollywood If you manage to get a table, have your sunglasses at the ready for the pop of camera flashes as the celebs make their way in and out. Also – have your Italian linguistic skills at the ready to chat to the owner, who famously speaks to all patrons in Italian.


Filming of Maps To The Stars in action

Fig & Olive restaurant, 8490 Melrose Place, West Hollywood This hotspot, famous for its use of amazing olive oils, has a long history of hosting A-list events and parties. Lure Nightclub, 1439 Ivar Avenue, LA Hollywood’s newest temptation draws all the A-listers in town come nightfall. Don your best party dress and get ready to rock the night away. Beverly Hills Nail Design Salon, 427 North Bedford Drive Want to get a mani-pedi next to an Oscar or Grammy winner? Book fast to get your nails done next to your favourite celebrity.


Julianne Moore in Maps To The Stars

Ken Paves Hair Salon, 409 North Robertson Boulevard Check out hairstylist and best friend to the stars – Ken Paves’ very own salon for a blow dry set to get you red-carpet-ready. Greystone Manor Nightclub, 643 North La Cienega Boulevard Prepare to rub shoulders with the crème de la crème in the La La Land of Greystone Manor Nightclub – that’s if you manage to get past the doorman. Hollywood Walk of Fame, 7018 Hollywood Boulevard An absolute must for any tourist in Tinseltown. Chateau Marmont Hotel, 8221 Sunset Boulevard This luxury hotel has been the residence of Hollywood’s hottest key players, in fact, a long list of A-list celebrities have even been known to reside for months on end in their luxurious penthouses.


The Ivy Restaurant, 2869 South Robertson Boulevard One of the most famous Hollywood haunts, everyone who is anyone has been seen dining at this famous joint on any number of occasions. The Beverley Hills Institute of Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery, 435 North Roxbury Drive Hollywood royalty have long been visiting this surgery for certain enhancements. Maps To The Stars is available on Blu-ray and DVD on 2 February, courtesy of Entertainment One

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