In some cases the station is named after a famous film star or film maker born near the Underground station. So Rayners Lane in Harrow becomes Dev Patel and Barking turns into Dame Maggie Smith.
Adrian Wootton, chief executive of Film London, said: "On average there are approximately 35 crews shooting on location in the capital every day and that wealth of film-making can be seen in this wonderful Underground Film Map.
"From the obvious titles such as Bourne Ultimatum at Waterloo Station and V for Vendetta blowing up the Houses of Parliament at Westminster, to the more surprising including The Dark Knight's Batcave in Vauxhall and An Education filming in Walthamstow, this map plots out the capital's credentials as one of the world's most popular film cities."
The Underground Film map is on sale from the BFI Film Store at BFI Southbank, London Transport Museum Shop, Covent Garden and online from TfL's shop at £9.95.
There's also 50 posters being given away by TimeOut if you answer the film and Tube related question below, by 28th October:
"Why has TFL replaced 'Leytonstone' with Alfred Hitchcock on their new version of the Tube map?"