"Killing Season," (2013): Starring John Travolta and Robert DeNiro, the film about a beef between an American and a Serb War veteran filmed in several places around Georgia the Appalachian Mountains, Tallulah Gorge State Park, Black Rock Mountain State Park, Rabun County and the Pine Mountain Gold Museum in Stockmar Park in Villa Rica.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," (2013): The first half of the big-budget sequel starring Jennifer Lawrence, Donald Sutherland and Josh Hutcherson was filmed in metro Atlanta. Several Atlanta landmarks are visible in the film, including the Swan House, Georgia World Congress Center, Goat Farm Arts Center and the Marriott Marquis hotel. Subequent films in the franchise were also filmed in the city.
"Lawless," (2012): The Depression-era film starring Shia LaBeouf and Mia Wasikowska was filmed in several spots around Georgia including Newnan, Grantville, Haralson, LaGrange, Carroll County's McIntosh Park, and the Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge near Gay.
"American Reunion," (2012): The third installment in the "American Pie" series shot in several Georgia cities, including Conyers, Monroe, Covington, Atlanta and Cumming. Several high school scenes were shot at Newton High School in Covington and Lake Lanier stood in for Lake Michigan in several scenes.