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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.
Atlanta singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe sure knows how to pick a movie script. Her first two forays into film are both considered Oscar contenders: the critically acclaimed indie drama Moonlight and Atlanta-filmed Hidden Figures, a new historical drama chronicling the untold stories of three black female mathematicians whose data allowed NASA astronaut John Glenn to obit the Earth.
This morning, three locally filmed shows and movies—Atlanta, Stranger Things, and Hidden Figures—picked up 6 Golden Globes nominations.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Spider-Man, Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, MacGyver, plus a few awesome trailers
Our latest roundup of what's filming in Atlanta, including Spider-Man, HBO film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, MacGyver, and more. Plus, several Atlanta-filmed movies and TV shows are making pop culture waves. (You've heard of Stranger Things, right?)
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Baby Driver, Office Christmas Party, TV pilots, and even more Marvel Cinematic Universe
Along with movies Baby Driver and Hidden Figures, a new comedy, Office Christmas Party, starring Olivia Munn and Jason Bateman, is filming in Atlanta. Plus, find out which TV pilots are in town and which major Marvel hero you might soon see on the city's streets.
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? Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver, Thank You For Your Service, and All Eyez On Me
The latest Edgar Wright film, Baby Driver, starring Ansel Elgort, recently started production in Atlanta, along with war film Thank You For Your Service, which stars Miles Teller and Amy Schumer in a rare dramatic role.