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 of the editorial meetings light-hearted and interesting. His interests include sorting books, looking at old things and candles which smell like old-growth pine forests.