"Television: Out of the Box" Exhibit at Paley Center
April 16, 2012 | by —Michelle Ward | Homepage
The Paley Center for Media Los Angeles has teamed up with Warner Bros. Television for a historic look back at TV’s most beloved shows in "Television: Out of the Box." The interactive, multimedia museum exhibit features over 60 years of television’s most memorable moments in the form of props, costumes, original animation, and more.
Highlighted series include Gilligan’s Island, Dallas, Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip, Full House, Gossip Girl, True Blood, The Wire, Entourage, The Big Bang Theory, and more. Take your picture at a replica of Friends’ Central Perk or Seinfeld’s diner, see Tony Soprano’s robe up close and personal, and read directions on the Roots script. This exhibit is on display through 2015; $10 adults, $8 seniors/students, $5 children (under 13). Paley Center Members 20% discount on admission. 465 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-786-1091
We go behind the scenes with James Marsden, and ask him about the shoot, living in LA, and what's next.