‘Captain America: Civil War’ Filmed In Georgia

Posted by Paul Murray on Thursday Feb 25, 2016 Under Georgia Film Industry

Captain America: Civil War

One of the movies people are eagerly looking forward to is Captain America Civil War. It is the latest of the series of Marvel Comic installments that has users talking. It is another in the epic good versus evil series and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, alson with Jeremy Renner and Emily Van Camp. Captain America and the Civil War Avenges are the options that you are the options that you may wish to view in the future.

Captain America and his clan of avengers continue to protect America, and then warring factions with Ironman and another contingent. A mini war breaks out between the super heros. It is a little different because viewers are used to seeing the good versus evil match up, but good versus good is something that may be a little different for viewers. It is just one of the exciting conflicts that the movie gives to you. The movie was based on Civil War by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven aftr a positve reaction to the Winter Soldier the story was all available and adapted for the Captain America movie.

The movie was filmed in Georgia and allowed those who are fans of the series to view it. The movie is shooting on various locations around Atlanta, and those who are looking for the local connection will not be disappointed. Various locations around the city are used like the Norfolk Southern Building, at 125 Spring Street Southwest, the Atlanta Civic Center and other well known locations in the city. Even a double decker bus hits Hotlanta,Buckhead Ave NE and N Fulton Dr NE in Atlanta and was instrumental in the filming of the movie. A bit of Southern charm is what the super heros needed. The movie ends in Germany where several locations around Berlin were used. It is just one of the options that you may know. These are the options that you can use when you are looking for a great movie that was shot partially stateside. It is just one of the things that you need; It is also joining locations in Germany specifically, Berlin.

By using many locations in metro Atlanta those who are from the city will recognize some of the varied options that come in to play with the movie. It is no doubt attract to those who are denizens of the city or who live in nearby locations. The movie being filmed in the city should bring local interest to the film.

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Made in Georgia: Church Produces Hit Films

Posted by Paul Murray on Thursday May 15, 2014 Under Georgia Film Industry

Filmed in Georgia: Courageous

There has been a lot of talk about made in Georgia movies lately. Many well-known movies have been filmed in Georgia over the past several years. Four successful made in Georgia movies were produced by a unique production company, Sherwood Pictures, a ministry of Sherwood Baptist Church. Sherwood Pictures, located in Albany, Georgia, has been involved in this made in Georgia trend since 2003 when the movie “Flywheel” was released.

Alex Kendrick founded Sherwood Pictures, and, with the help of his brother, Stephen Kendrick, produced four successful Christian films between 2003 and 2011. The first movie, “Flywheel,” is about an untrustworthy businessman who is struggling with his business and customers as well as his family. He turns to God and turns his life around by the end of the movie. This movie was produced on a very small budget, but still managed to earn more than $37,000 in theaters. In addition, several hundred thousand copies of the DVD have been sold.

“Facing the Giants,” released in 2006, is the story of a struggling high school football coach. When he turns to God he is able to overcome his professional and personal problems. This movie was also shot on a small budget, in fact real high school football teams were used for filming.

The movie “Fireproof” also features a man struggling in his life. In this case a firefighter, Caleb Holt, is struggling in his marriage. With the threat of divorce, his father leads Caleb to God through a book and Caleb and his wife are able to save their marriage with the help of God.

“Courageous” was the most successful as well the most expensive film to produce for Sherwood Pictures. In “Courageous,” a group of police officers seek the help of God to become better parents.

All four of these films feature a similar main theme: men seeking and receiving God’s help in their personal and professional lives. With each movie the small production company enjoyed increased success. Although Sherwood pictures started with very small budgets, especially for the first film, “Flywheel,” the movies have earned a large amount at the box office when compared to their budgets.

Sherwood Baptist Church benefited financially from this venture, and Alex and Stephen Kendrick benefited professionally. The pair recently announced that they would be separating from Sherwood Pictures to form their own, independent production company, Kendrick Brothers Productions. The Kendrick brothers will continue producing Christian films and the two remain members and associate pastors at Sherwood Baptist Church.

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Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels Filming Dumb And Dumber 2 In Atlanta

Posted by Paul Murray on Thursday Oct 24, 2013 Under Georgia Film Industry

Dumb and Dumber filming in Atlanta

For “Dumb and Dumber” fans, the news that a sequel, “Dumb and Dumber To,” is set to premier in 2014 is very exciting. However, the excitement about “Dumb and Dumber To” filming is not limited just to movie fans; residents of Atlanta, GA, and nearby Grantville are enjoying the benefits of this movie being filmed in their neighborhood.

“Dumb and Dumber To” is set to be released in the summer of 2014, 20 years after the release of the original “Dumb and Dumber” back in 1994. The Farrelly brothers, Bobby and Peter, wrote and directed the first film and will be working on the sequel as co-directors and co-producers. Lately, the film industry has been booming around Atlanta and the Farrelly brothers are familiar with the area as well. They shot “Hall Pass” and “The Three Stooges” in Atlanta.

A lot of filming for this movie is taking place in Cabbagetown, which is located on the East side of Atlanta. Making Cabbagetown look like Rhode Island for filming is a big task. The film crew has been hard at work transforming several blocks of Cabbagetown for use in the movie.

Several movies are filming around Atlanta this fall. “Dumb and Dumber To, ” “Mockingay,” the third movie in the “Hunger Games” series, and “Fast and Furious 7″ are all currently in the works in the Atlanta, GA area. Local residents seem to be enjoying the excitement and the economic benefits that come along with all of this movie action. Crew members and actors frequent local businesses during filming and locals are hired to work on the sets.

The film industry around Atlanta is taking off, and it is good news for local residents. When “Dumb and Dumber To” hits theaters in 2014, “Dumb and Dumber” and Farrelly brothers fans won’t be the only viewers who are especially excited to see this new movie; residents of Cabbagetown and Grantville will also enjoy a special connection with this film. If you live near one of these filming areas, be sure to pay close attention when watching “Dumb and Dumber To” and look for familiar places.

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