Have you ever thought of tracking down the restaurant from “Flashdance,” the Hi-Hat Club from “Wonder Boys” or the church from “The Deer Hunter?”

A new local bus tour set to launch later this month will highlight spots from Pittsburgh-shot films such as “Silence of the Lambs,” “Jack Reacher,” “Night of the Living Dead” and “The Dark Knight Rises.”

As reported in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Pittsburgh Transportation Group will run a tour called “Lights, Camera, Pittsburgh!” The city’s film office will help with mapping out shooting locations. In addition to a healthy dose of popular culture, PTG will provide tourists with plenty of popcorn during the ride.

The tours will run select Saturdays through October, and tickets will cost between $30 and $40.

Matthew Wein

Matthew Wein is a local writer, editor, blogger, storyteller and proud native Pittsburgher. Once described as "a man of things," he covers city design, spirits and craft beer for NEXT, where he keeps all...