Pay It Forward

Las Vegas filming locations for the 2000 film “Pay It Foward” starring Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt and Haley Joel Osment

Arlene and Trevor’s House
210 Lailani St, Las Vegas NV
Google Street View
Note: The house has since been re-modeled

Trevor’s School
Centennial High School, 10200 Centennial Pkwy, Las Vegas NV
Bing Aerial View

Eugene’s Apartment
5316 Danville Lane, Las Vegas NV
Google Street View

Arlene’s Casino
Vegas Club and Casino, 18 Fremont St, Las Vegas
Google Street View

Jerry’s Motel
611 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas NV
Google Street View
Note: The motel appears to have been torn down

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5 Responses to Pay It Forward

  1. Lee Ann says:

    The funny thing about the filming at Centennial High School? Las Vegas High Schools are all built the same exct way they look like two story prisons! The school was supposed to be a middle school which are 1 story with a fenced in courtyard!

  2. Dutchy says:

    Funny fact: Jerry’s Motel is (was) next to ‘Graceland Wedding Chapel’ where Jon Bon Jovi (plays Trevor’s father) was married. It’s shown when Trevor leaves the motel on his bike.

  3. I don’t know how Trevor’s house was remodeled because the outside view looks completely different than it did in the movie. Does anyone know any information on the remodeling and what all has changed and what it really looks like inside? I heard the interior scenes of it were shot in Los Angeles. If anyone knows please send me information to my gmail account!

  4. The house located at 183 Spanish Drive in Las Vegas looks similar on the outside from the movie.

  5. Doug says:

    Actually Leanne, I went to Valley High School in vegas and it is only 1 story, so not ALL Las Vegas High Schools are built like prisons.

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