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What’s filming in Atlanta now? Bad Boys for Life, Noelle, Amazing Stories, plus Atlanta’s award nods
"Bad Boys for Life" with Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, Disney Christmas flick "Noelle" with Anna Kendrick, and the "Amazing Stories" reboot are all currently filming in Atlanta.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Pitch Perfect 3, Den of Thieves, Black Panther, Stranger Things, and Donald Glover’s latest role
Pitch Perfect 3, heist thriller Den of Thieves, Marvel's Black Panther, Stranger Things, and Netflix's Come Sunday are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in town. Plus, Donald Glover just can't wait to be king.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Jumanji, Stranger Things, The Quad, and a look at what’s in store for 2017
Netflix fave Stranger Things has been spotted in Douglasville, and the Jumanji remake built a market scene in The Gulch—the same spot Captain America built a market last year.
What’s Filming in Atlanta Now? Tupac biopic, Jennifer Aniston’s The Yellow Birds, and Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me, Jennifer Aniston's The Yellow Birds, and Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life are just some of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta now. Find out where they've been and which celebs you might spot.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Michelle Darnell, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Table 19, and Survivor’s Remorse
Along with yellow pollen piled along Atlanta's sidewalks, spring has ushered in new thickets of yellow production signs along our roads. This busy month has brought us burned out buses, Texas taxicabs, Chicago newspapers, and scenery from the 1930s and 1980s. Productions are shooting in Midtown, downtown, and a lot of OTP locales.
What’s filming now? Alvin and the Chipmunks 4, Michelle Darnell, Being Mary Jane, plus five TV pilots
I don’t mean to alarm you, but the number of famous people in Atlanta has reached a critical mass. The recent spring thaw means we’ve got productions coming out the wazoo. It’s also television pilot season, and we’ve got five shows filming in north Georgia.
Winter is upon us. It’s cold, the trees are barren, and the production signs are drying up. If you’ve noticed the lack yellow non-yard-sale-affiliated signs, don’t fret! It’s only the customary winter break in filming. We’ve still got a few sightings, a few new films starting up this January, and a preview of what you’ll see in town this spring.