The timeless beauty of Tinseltown's biggest star – the Hollywood Sign – has been restored as it enters its next century thanks to a speedy centennial facelift from Sherwin-Williams and the Hollywood Sign Trust.
The iconic Hollywood sign is looking brighter as it gets a fresh make-over ahead of its centennial. Workers are using nearly 250 gallons of white paint and primer to spruce-up the beacon of the entertainment industry for its 100th anniversary.
A big anniversary is approaching for the Hollywood sign and the city is celebrating by giving it a touch-up. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for Saturday TODAY on the landmark’s fresh paint job and how it has stayed up-to-date.
Like some actors, iconic Hollywood sign gets a makeover – and a closeup (Photo by: Shayan Moghangard)
This aging beauty is getting a facelift. The Hollywood sign, located on a steep hillside of Mount Lee in southwestern Griffith Park, is getting cleaned up and coated with 400 gallons of paint from Sherwin-Williams to celebrate its 100th anniversary starting Monday.
As its 100th birthday approaches, the iconic Hollywood sign is getting a bit of a makeover. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)