Stranger Things season three took over Gwinnett Place Mall; Dave Bautista stars in Stuber; and did the Avengers 4 set we stumbled upon in January give us a clue about the upcoming movie's plot?
Though he never did get Bettie Page to budge from her insistence on remaining off camera in his feature documentary about her life, Mark Mori is still the only filmmaker to have captured the intensely private Page’s life story on film – straight from her mouth, no less.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Avengers: Infinity War, Thor: Ragnarok, Dynasty, plus every made-in-Georgia Comic-Con trailer
Avengers: Infinity War continues filming downtown, a Dynasty reboot comes to town, and Clint Eastwood's latest film, The 15:17 to Paris, is beginning to shoot in metro Atlanta.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Limited Partners, Watchmen, Stranger Things, plus unpacking the #BoycottGeorgia movement
Rose Byrne, Salma Hayek, and Tiffany Haddish are in town for a new comedy, Limited Partners; Amblin Television and Once Upon a Time co-creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are remaking the 1980s anthology series Amazing Stories; and Stranger Things finally wraps up filming.
Baby Driver, starring Ansel Elgort; Hidden Figures, with Octavia Spencer and Kevin Costner; and Thank Your For Your Service are just a few of the many movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta this month. Also, why religious liberty bill HB 757 threatens Georgia's filming industry.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Super Fly, Ozark, Being Mary Jane, plus how Georgia legislature could threaten the film industry (again)
A remake of Super Fly, Netflix's Ozark, and the final season of Being Mary Jane are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta this month. Plus—Georgia's latest "religious freedom bill" is sparking cries for a boycott of the Hollywood of the South.
In one of the show's darkest episodes in years, we learn what happened to Michonne that caused her to be so distrusting of anyone outside Alexandria.
Chalk it up to primo locations, local crews, Southern hospitality, and high ratings.
Dressed to Kill: Peachtree City native Jenae Roseen perfects post-apocalypse chic for The Walking Dead
On a typical workday, Jenae Roseen helps make clothes for zombies—and the people who fight them. As the sole wardrobe ager/dyer for The Walking Dead, she’s tasked with taking dozens of modern-day wardrobes and rendering them post-apocalyptic.