Curious where Stranger Things filmed in Georgia? Most of the iconic spots—Starcourt Mall, Hawkins Middle School, Hawkins National Lab, are within an hour of Atlanta.
DC series Stargirl is new in town, along with horror TV series Creepshow, produced by The Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero. Plus: Zombieland 2, Bad Boys 3, tons of new pilots, and news updates on the controversy over H.B. 481.
Each week, we comb through the guts of The Walking Dead, much like a horde of hungry walkers, to bring you the episode’s best moments, surprises, and other post-apocalyptic curiosities. This week: Cameos from the crypt, the loss of a gentle giant, and we’re not saying bad things will happen when you leave Georgia, but we’re not, not saying it . . .
In what has to be the most bizarre promo ever for everyone's favorite zombie drama The Walking Dead, Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick) don kimonos to comfort Japanese fans during the a show hiatus, complete with props.
Above all, Dupri says artists need an experienced industry hand that can steer their development, shape their image, offer advice on beats and lyrics. “That’s what The Rap Game is about,” he says, “that grind, that hard work.”
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Allegiant, The Detour, Sleepless Night, and Confirmation, plus a weird reshoot
The Divergent Series: Allegiant Part I, Sleepless Night, Confirmation, and The Detour are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta this month. Plus, learn why Seth Rogen was in town for one seriously unusual reshoot.
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.
Even if you’re not a fan, you can’t refute that The Walking Dead has become synonymous with Georgia. It’s undeniable—from the ubiquitous apocalyptic Atlanta skyline via Jackson Street to Senoia’s permanent association as the sickly-sweet town of Woodbury, the landscape has forever become associated with the undead. With all that pop culture fueling fans more rabid than a horde of walkers, Atlanta Movie Tours has capitalized on the filming locales in metro Atlanta and the surrounding countryside by offering two zombie filming tours.