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Ringle in #2016 with Madame Tussauds Hollywood, MouseMingle.com and El Capitan Theatre! Buy your tickets to the hottest #NYE party in #hollywood!
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Madame Tussauds Hollywood revealed wax figures of ALL SIX James Bonds, with five new wax 007s joining the existing figure of Daniel Craig. To celebrate the release of the latest James Bond film, SPECTRE, the line-up of Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig will appear at the Hollywood attraction for three months, as part of a global tour. It took a team of twenty artists to create the figures at a total cost of over $1.5 Million.
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Melissa Ortega, our Facebook Choice Sweepstakes Winner, won an all inclusive trip to #Hollywood  to meet #ryanreynolds

She voted for him to be immortalized in wax on Facebook and Ryan's 'biggest fan' met the figure of her dreams!

Congratulations again Melissa!
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Another mention from our friends at the +Los Angeles Times 
It's not only celebrities who go on world tours; sometimes their wax doubles do too, thanks to Madame Tussauds. British pop band One Direction made its debut in New York City, and Bollywood actors, which arrived in Hollywood last week after touring Australia and Hong Kong, took to the red carpet at the Hollywood Tussauds. JFK went to Berlin, the Dalai Lama to Australia, and -- mamma mia! -- the original Abba popped up in Amsterdam. Here's a peek ...
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*KURIOS by Cirque du Soleil Ticket Giveaway Contest* If any of the ‪#‎TussaudsLA‬ figures could be a ‪#‎CirqueduSoleil‬ performer, who would it be and why? Share your best Madame Tussauds Hollywood photos & answers below using ‪#‎TussaudsLAKurios‬ for your chance to win two tickets to the 1.26.16 ‪#‎KURIOS‬ show in ‪#‎LosAngeles‬! Winners will be announced on 1.22.16. Good luck!
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Tickets are still available for our special ‪#‎NYE2016‬ ‪#‎StarWars‬ ‪#‎TheForceAwakens‬ Movie & Mixer with MouseMingle.com, El Capitan Theatre & HUSHconcerts! Buy yours today!
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We recently revealed a brand new wax figure of Johnny Depp as #EdwardScissorhands based on the unforgettable character from the 1990 #TimBurton cult classic film that has earned legions of loyal fans. The figure was unveiled in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the treasured movie which was released nationwide on December 14, 1990 and its continued popularity as one of the most beloved films of its time.
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Actor Rico Rodriguez attends the Madame Tussauds Hollywood unveiling of Dorothy at "The Wizard of Oz 3D" premiere on September 15, 2013 at the Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California. 

(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Madame Tussauds) 2013 Getty Images -- #thewizardofozimax3d  
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WE WANT TO KNOW: What celebrities would you like to see in wax at Madame Tussauds #hollywood ? Post your suggestions in comments below!
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6933 Hollywood Blvd Hollywood, CA 90028
6933 Hollywood BoulevardUSCalifornia90028
(323) 798-1670madametussauds.com
Wax Museum, Tourist AttractionToday 10AM–7PM
Wednesday 10AM–7PMThursday 10AM–7PMFriday 10AM–7PMSaturday 10AM–10PMSunday 10AM–10PMMonday 10AM–7PMTuesday 10AM–7PM
More than just the premier Hollywood Wax Museum... Madame Tussauds Hollywood is the best wax attraction in LA! Located next to the TCL Chinese Theatre, where you can see, touch and take photos with Hollywood’s most famous celebrities under one roof! 

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Museum chain for life-size wax replicas of famous Americans & historic icons in themed galleries.- Google
"The wax figures are all placed in different groups throughout the museum."
"They even have a 4D cinema experience in this section for Marvel Super Heroes."
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a month ago
Madame Tussaud is a big wax figure museum. Located in the heart of Hollywood. This is closest place that you can meet most of your celebrities except they jn wax figure lol. The museum has good layout and will take you a good 2 or 3 hours depend how much picture you taking.
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Vivek Katarya
a month ago
Honestly, at first it looks a little creepy with all the wax statues placed strategically in a humanlike fashion. But then its a fun place which allows an up close and personal click with some renowned Hollywood stars life size figures. The Marvel's Avengers 4D movie at the end was mediocre at best after the Universal Studio experience a day before.
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Esther Kim
3 months ago
This place is pretty amazing! They have a really large collection of wax figures. Some are on permanent exhibit but I think others are rotated regularly. And different locations have different wax figures, so I definitely want to check out the other locations sometime. They are open every day except for Oscar day, although they might be closed to the public sometimes for private events. They have various passes available for different prices, so check out their website for more info. They do say that buying tickets online is cheaper so that would be recommended. There is an underground parking garage you can use, or if you will be spending time at Hollywood/Highland that is a good parking garage to use as well. I came here late last year and had so much fun looking and posing with all the different celebrities--who were waxed as either themselves or one of their iconic movie characters. So many photo ops in this place! The wax figures are all placed in different groups throughout the museum. The first section, "A List Party," features the celebrities that are currently really popular. I think this is the section that Ryan Reynolds is supposed to be in, but unfortunately he wasn't on exhibit when I went. The next section, "Spirit of Hollywood," features classic Hollywood icons such as Charlie Chaplin and Audrey Hepburn. "Westerns" is pretty self-explanatory and of course you can find Clint Eastwood here. "Crime" features characters from The Godfather and Scarface, among others. Then you can sit next to Forrest Gump on the bench in the "Modern Classics" section, or sit in the car from Grease with Danny Zuko. "Making Movies" is where the wax figures of famous directors and other Hollywood legends are located. Then we leave the movies for "Pop Icons" where you can find Elton John and Michael Jackson. The next section is "Sports," where a really weird looking Tony Hawk is suspended in the air. (While some of the wax figures are pretty good, others look really odd.) After that we are back in the film industry for "Action Heroes," where I was excited to find Marvel characters. They even have a 4D cinema experience in this section for Marvel Super Heroes. It was fun, but be warned that you get a little wet! The final sectino is "Behind the Scenes" where you can see how they make the wax figures and you can even get your own wax hand. I had a lot of fun checking this place out and I would recommend it for all Hollywood fans.
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Felipe Gonzalez
2 months ago
Cool thing to do in Hollywood. Some of the wax statues are more real than others. Totally recommended.
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ginger k.
2 months ago
I got a groupon deal, essentially 50% off to go, and thought, "why not?" I'm not really one to visit the tourist traps on Hollywood Blvd, but we were looking for something to do before we met up with friends at the Griffith Observatory, so we bought these. Did not disappoint. There are so many wax figures, and they are all very well maintained and look like their real-life counterparts. We really enjoyed the action movie/martial arts area (where you'll see a flying Bruce Lee, a Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a Jackie Chan) and the Marvel area. The Marvel area REALLY was fun, and included a short 4D movie. overall, maybe i wouldn't recommend it at retail price, but if you can get a groupon or other 1/2 off coupon, do it.
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Rodney S
3 months ago
I got waxed! And, it was fantastic! The second Madame Tussauds that I've been to, the other being Vegas, I acted like an attention-loving Kardashian, taking pic after pic with each detailed, well-crafted wax figure. You can touch them, too! Some even have nearby props for embellishment. A few figures don't resemble their real life counterparts much, but most are uncanny doppelgangers. Multiple floors have celebrities of all sorts - pop icons, sports icons, western, old Hollywood, modern classic, superheroes etc. Brad Pitt, Marlon Brando, Wolverine, One Direction, Kobe Bryant, Audrey Hepburn, you name it, there's probably a figure there or in the works. Everyone will find someone they admire. Besides the wax figures, visitors can enjoy the Marvel Superheroes 4D Experience. Think "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" at Disneyland or "Shrek 4D" at Universal Studios. The short animated film is quite fun, with the best part being the unforeseen "spinal tap" with Doc Ock. As a souvenir, visitors can pay to have their hands dipped in wax. Personally, I was content with the multitude pics I took for posterity's sake. Madame Tussauds has their own valet parking, with another option being at the Hollywood & Highland Center. Fun times, great memories - if you haven't been to a Madame Tussauds ever in your life, I highly recommend you remedy that situation. For kids & for those looking to act like kids again, Madame Tussauds is an absolute blast & a great way to entertain the family.
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jon chua
2 months ago
excellent! I came in with low expectations, as attractions in Hollywood Blvd are hit and miss. this place has a nice mix of classic Hollywood (Marilyn Monroe, Hitchcock, Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, Charlton Heston, Captain Kirk) and new school (lady Gaga, Justin bieber, Obama, kobe Bryant), and the marvel wing is awesome. the 4d marvel movie is fun
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Alexander Vallar
2 weeks ago
The wax figures were incredibly lifelike resembling a wide range of celebrities/historical figures. Extremely unique museum experience but I wish there were more interactive exhibits/videos for the price.