What’s filming in Atlanta now? Dirty Grandpa, Finding Carter, and more
January 22, 2015 - Finding Carter
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Zac Efron, Aubrey Plaza, Robert De Niro, and Anna Kendrick are among those headed to city for some winter filming.
Winter is on us. It’s cold, a trees are barren, and a prolongation signs are drying up. Don’t fret! It’s usually a prevalent winter mangle in filming. We’ve still got a few sightings, a few new films starting adult this January, and a preview of what you’ll see in city this spring.
More productions will start to come online in a subsequent few weeks, though a few have already started. One of a newest proprietor films, Dirty Grandpa (Production Code: DG), began filming circuitously Howell Mill Road and Marietta Street final week. Crews were also speckled circuitously Inman Park, and a stage was filmed during a Delkwood Grill in Marietta final Friday. Dirty Grandpa stars Zac Efron as a wound-up man duped into holding his perverted grandfather (Robert De Niro) down to Florida for open break. Also demeanour out for Aubrey Plaza of Parks and Recreation celebrity in city for this movie.
On Monday, Ben Affleck’s new project, The Accountant (Wolf), started filming off of Mitchell Street downtown. Affleck plays an accountant who spends his nights operative as an assassin. This one’s indeed been in growth for a prolonged time, according to Variety, that reported that Will Smith was once trustworthy and Mel Gibson was slated to approach in a past. We’re usually blissful that when this film did finish adult being shot, it was here in Atlanta. The Accountant also stars Anna Kendrick and Academy-Award nominated actor J.K. Simmons along with Jeffrey Tambor and John Lithgow.
The second deteriorate of MTV’s Finding Carter (WHO) started prolongation final week in Fairburn. The array focuses on Carter (Kathryn Prescott), a teen who was abducted as a toddler and lovingly lifted by her kidnapper. After being reunited with her biological parents, Carter contingency cushion into a new life while perplexing to reunite with a lady who lifted her.
Insurgent (Mineral) has also finished adult a reshoots. In early January, crews were filming downtown, mostly indoors, though on a Jan 11, many people reported shrill booms listened via Midtown, downtown, and a Old Fourth Ward. Of march a city wasn’t in danger, it was usually Insurgent (re)shooting something action-packed. Oddly enough, this wasn’t a usually YA film to dismay Georgians that weekend. On a same day, The 5th Wave (Sheldrake) filmed an overzealous blast in Macon that finished adult deleterious circuitously buildings.
Now, we mentioned that around Christmas, filming slows down. Crews work their butts off, mostly for 12 hours during a time, and infrequently overnight. It’s usually satisfactory that they get a decent mangle for a holidays. Unfortunately, for we and me, that means yellow signs are singular this time of year. Spring 2015, however, will move us a cornucopia of productions. Keep an eye out for Selena Gomez in The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving, that should start filming this week. Also Melissa McCarthy will shortly be in city to film Michelle Darnell; AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire (HCF) will fire a second deteriorate in a entrance months; and a subsequent large one, Captain America: Civil War will move Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Robert Downey Jr. to city this April. It looks like a already going to be another sparkling year here in Y’allywood.