Couple travel world to find filming locations and mimic scenes from Forest Gump to La La Land

In a blockbuster homage to the world of movies and TV, a couple has travelled to all four corners of the globe to recreate their favourite scenes.

Robin Lachhein, 29, and Judith Schneider, 28, from Hofheim in Germany, have matched TV and movie moments with real-life filming locations – and replicated scenes using matching character outfits and poses.

They post images of their amazing recreations to their Instagram page, Secret Famous Places, which has amassed a following of more than 20,000 people.

Among the scenes they have recreated are the Utah section of the running montage from Forest Gump, featuring Tom Hanks; the dancing scene from La La Land in Griffith Park, Los Angeles; a scene from James Bond movie Skyfall in the Scottish Highlands and a moment from Downtown Abbey, shot at Highclere Castle in Hampshire. Judith, who's a journalist, told MailOnline Travel: 'Six years ago, we were deciding where to go on holiday and we decided it would be fun to go to filming locations. But rather than just go to them, we decided to recreate scenes to prove it was actually the right location. We didn't really think it would work, but we just gave it a try and it worked better than we thought!'