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What’s filming in Atlanta now? First Man, Venom, Ozark—plus, you can see downtown in the new Avengers trailer
Ryan Gosling’s Neil Armstrong biopic First Man filmed in Atlanta this month, as did Sony's new Spider-Man film Venom and Mark Wahlberg film Mile 22. Plus—did you see the downtown Atlanta street that appears in the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer?
Georgia-born actors Tituss Burgess (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Tommy Dorfman (13 Reasons Why) were honored by GLAAD at the Atlanta History Center on Wednesday, where they both spoke about the importance of LGBTQ activism.
Donald Glover does it again. The nominations for the 69th annual Emmy Awards were announced today, and his FX series Atlanta picked up six nods, including Outstanding Comedy Series.
What’s filming in Atlanta now? Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, The Last Full Measure, Darkest Minds, plus how a looming WGA strike could threaten Georgia
YA novel adaptations Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda and Darkest Minds, political drama The Last Full Measure, and comedy Game Night are just a few of the movies filming in Atlanta this month.
Manifesto, a Kevin Spacey-produced Discovery Channel series on the FBI's take down of prolific criminals, is just one of the many movies and TV shows filming around town this month.
While the Super Bowl didn't deliver us a Falcons championship, it did provide one ray of sunshine—a new trailer for the second season of the Atlanta-filmed Netflix hit Stranger Things.
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, Fast 8, MacGyver, and the final Divergent film’s uncertain fate
Spider-Man Homecoming, Fast 8, The Leisure Seeker with Helen Mirren, and CBS's MacGuyver reboot are just a few of the movies and TV shows filming in Atlanta right now. Plus, what's going on with the final Divergent movie?
Since breaking into show business forty years ago, Sissy Spacek has had a plan: Take interesting roles. Raise her family herself. Stay true to her Southern roots. Travel as much as possible. As she packs her bags to film the second season of Bloodline in the Florida Keys, she’s full of anticipation. For where she’s headed—and for how she’s getting there.
In a recent phone conversation from her home in Los Angeles, Jane Fonda, 77, reflected on GCAPP’s challenges, her return to acting in the Netflix series Grace and Frankie, and her favorite ex-husband, Ted Turner.