Richard Jewell

An early scene in Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell shows Watson Bryant – who would be approached by Jewell to be his attorney several years later, as he’s the only one he knew – asking Richard if he knew the meaning of “quid pro quo.” Filmed in Atlanta over the past summer, before the term became… Continue reading Richard Jewell

December Georgia-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell movie opens in theaters on Dec. 10… The gang from 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (also partially shot in Atlanta) returns on Dec. 13 when Jumanji: The Next Level enters movie theaters… Partly filmed in Conyers as well as Montgomery, Alabama, the civil rights legal drama Just Mercy starring Jamie… Continue reading December Georgia-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

August Georgia Film/TV Quick Cuts

The Oprah Winfrey Network’s new town hall-style series, Black Women Own the Conversation, will tape several one-hour episodes in Atlanta with host Carlos Watson from August 6 through August 9. Well of course they own the conversation, since black women are the only people allowed in the studio audience. Topics will include issues of beauty,… Continue reading August Georgia Film/TV Quick Cuts

July Georgia Film/TV Quick Cuts

Jon Hamm and Olivia Wilde have been added to the cast of Clint Eastwood’s Richard Jewell… Morena Baccarin (Deadpool, Gotham) has been added to the cast of Waldo. The fourth season of Brockmire is readying to commence production… Insatiable has wrapped production on its second season… REO Speedwagon filmed a concert scene for Ozark in… Continue reading July Georgia Film/TV Quick Cuts

Atlanta to Relive Richard Jewell Story

After years of speculation, during which time assorted directors and actors were in talks for the project, the feature film Richard Jewell is finally going forward, with Clint Eastwood at the helm. The true tale of the security guard whose life was upended when he was widely – and wrongly – suspected in the bombing… Continue reading Atlanta to Relive Richard Jewell Story

The Mule

Based on the strange-but-true tale of Leo Sharp, an octogenarian who for some 10+ years was the most prolific US drug runner for the El Chapo Mexican cartel, Clint Eastwood is Earl Stone, a Korean War veteran who decides to undertake some questionable courier jobs for a batch of shady, heavily-armed beaners (his term) when… Continue reading The Mule

December Georgia-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

Dumplin

In a rather curious marketing strategy, Dumplin’, starring Jennifer Aniston and Danielle Macdonald, will be released in select theaters on Dec. 7, the very same day it begins streaming on Netflix. Dolly Parton’s soundtrack album has just arrived at retailers… Clint Eastwood’s The Mule will open in theaters on Dec. 14. Life-Size 2, the sequel… Continue reading December Georgia-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

July GA Film/TV Quick Cuts

Just as we suspected, filming on that announced comedy movie Guilty, set to star Kevin Hart, never materialized in June, but now a rescheduled fall shoot is being speculated… After spending a chunk of time in Augusta, Clint Eastwood’s The Mule has more recently been filming in Atlanta, Smyrna, Jonesboro, Tucker, McDonough, Hampton, Douglasville, Rome… Continue reading July GA Film/TV Quick Cuts

The Mule Brings Clint Back to Georgia

Eighty-seven year old Clint Eastwood shows no signs of slowing down, or of ditching Georgia as his preferred filming location for his late-in-life cluster of true-life dramas plucked from the headlines. For his next project, he’s directing, producing and starring in The Mule, which is expected to shoot in Atlanta and Augusta beginning in early… Continue reading The Mule Brings Clint Back to Georgia

February GA-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris will be released on Feb. 9th… Marvel’s Black Panther hits theaters Feb. 16th… Game Night with Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams comes out Feb. 23rd… Beast of Burden, starring Daniel Radcliffe as a drug runner under intense pressure, opens in select theaters Feb. 23rd, along with VOD and digital… Continue reading February GA-Filmed Release/Premiere Dates

Heroes to Play Themselves in 15:17

In an intriguing move, Clint Eastwood has brought in real-life American heroes Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos to play themselves as adults in The 15:17 to Paris, which is currently filming in the Atlanta area. Paul-Mikel Williams (Westworld), Bryce Gheisar (A Dog’s Purpose) and comparative newcomers Max Ivutin, Cole Eichenberger and William Jennings… Continue reading Heroes to Play Themselves in 15:17

Eastwood Rolling to Atlanta for Next Film

After directing chunks of his last movie, Sully, in Atlanta, Clint Eastwood will return in July to shoot portions his next film for Warner Bros., The 15:17 to Paris. Like Sully, it’s a drama based on a heroic true story, this one being about the three Americans – Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone –… Continue reading Eastwood Rolling to Atlanta for Next Film

Sully

Clint Eastwood takes 208 seconds and delivers an edge-of-your-seat 90-minute film about Chesley Sullenberger, the veteran pilot who successfully guided US Airlines Flight #1549 into the Hudson River without a single casualty after losing both engines. The harsh scapegoating investigation conducted by the NTSD using controlled simulations only proved that Sully was smarter than anyone else… Continue reading Sully