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HBO will offer all nine episodes of the critically acclaimed Atlanta-filmed series—which focuses heavily on themes of systemic racism, particularly in the police system—for free this weekend on its website.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? The Ballad of Richard Jewell, Lovecraft Country, Ozark, Hillbilly Elegy, and more
Clint Eastwood is back in Atlanta with his next directorial project, The Ballad of Richard Jewell. Also in town: Ron Howard's Hillbilly Elegy and Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams's HBO series Lovecraft Country.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Irresistible, HBO’s Watchmen, The Outsider, Stargirl, Fear Street, and more
Irresistible, a new movie directed by Jon Stewart, began filming in Atlanta this month. HBO’s Watchmen continued shooting, as did The Outsider, DC series Stargirl, and more.
Jane Fonda has a lot to talk about. She’s hosting the annual Empower Party fundraiser Thursday for for G-CAPP, her nonprofit that works to prevent teen pregnancy and promote adolescent health. Friday, she'll host the nonprofit’s first-ever YES: Youth Empowerment Summit. She also discussed Ted Turner’s diagnosis of Lewy Body Dementia and her new HBO doc, Jane Fonda in Five Acts.
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?
Avengers: Infinity War (starring every Marvel character ever), Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and post-apocalyptic series The Passage are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta right now.
Director Gillian Laub: “I cried a lot during the making of this film.”
This week, Chamblee High School graduate Ryan White’s critically acclaimed Beatles documentary Good Ol' Freda comes full circle in two ways. The previously untold story of Freda Kelly, the Liverpool teen who became the Fab Four’s secretary, bowed on British television Tuesday night, and on Friday Good Ol' Freda returns to White’s hometown for one last 2013 theatrical run at The Plaza Theatre.
This spring, Atlantans are probably more concerned about shaving ice for our cocktails than making sure our fruit-scented insect repellant actually works. Yet, any Southerner who sees the new HBO film, Mary and Martha (which held its U.S. premiere at The Carter Center on Tuesday and debuts on the cable network Saturday), may never sip poma-tinis on the porch again without thanking our friends over at the CDC for killing malaria’s buzz way back when.