Welcome to the biggest and best site on the internet for spotting watches in movies!
This site is meant as a resource for other watch enthusiasts (WIS) like myself who cannot help but to notice watches as they pop on the screen during a movie or television show. As of April 2013, the site has over 2,400 images from over 910 different titles and we are adding more every week. There are lots of imitators and content thieves, but there is only one, original Watches in Movies.
This site would not exist without the help of the watch community and my WIS friends. If you have a screen shot of a watch from a movie or TV show you would like to submt, please head over to and read the Submit page for a how-to (please note the new guidelines). Your submission will be added to the site with you credited as the submitter.
Comments are enabled on the site so browse around and feel free to contribute. There is a large number of unknown watches in the list, so take a look and see if you can fill in some blanks.
Additionally, you can pop over to the new discussion forum to post your questions about a particular watch or show, or even submit your own screen shots.
Running Watches in Movies is a one man show; I post all the photos and maintain the site out of my own pocket. The ads help, yes, but if you’d like to help yourself to keep the site running, feel free to visit the donations page.
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(Note: All the images here are the property of their respective production studios and used here for reference and entertainment purposes only.)