Google goes Hollywood – Owen Wilson, left, and Vince Vaughn star in "The Internship," about two fortysomething men trying to land jobs at Google. The movie, which opens Friday, was made in cooperation with the giant tech company, although Google had no authority over its final cut.
Google goes Hollywood – Filmmakers shot some exteriors on Google's Mountain View, California, campus, shown here, but most of the filming took place at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
Google goes Hollywood – The airy, modern design of Georgia Tech's Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons appealed to the movie's location scouts, who chose it to represent Google's headquarters in many scenes.
Google goes Hollywood – In this scene from a trailer for "The Internship," Clough Commons has been transformed into a Google office building, complete with a rocket hanging from the ceiling.
Google goes Hollywood – Google's experimental self-driving cars, shown here at Google in September 2012, make a cameo in "The Internship." But a scene in which a driverless car crashes was cut from the movie.
Google goes Hollywood – This scene with Wilson, left, and Vaughn reflects Google's famous bicycle culture. The company keeps some 1,300 bikes at its Mountain View campus -- about one for every five employees -- including multicolored models dubbed "clown" bikes.
Google goes Hollywood – It may seem like a Hollywood exaggeration, but yes, Googlers really do play volleyball at work.
Google goes Hollywood – Google co-founder Sergey Brin has a cameo in the movie, although the company's shy CEO, Larry Page, does not appear. The company's connected Glass eyewear, modeled here by Brin, does not show up in the film.