What’s filming in Georgia in June 2021?

What's in production in Georgia: a "Shazam" sequel, a Rosario Dawson HBO series "DMZ" and a "Father of the Bride" reboot with Andy Garcia. CREDIT: publicity photos
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What's in production in Georgia: a "Shazam" sequel, a Rosario Dawson HBO series "DMZ" and a "Father of the Bride" reboot with Andy Garcia. CREDIT: publicity photos

Credit: Publicity photos

Mel Gibson, Rosario Dawson and Zachary Levi are in Georgia shooting productions.

The number of active film and TV productions in Georgia remained steady the past month at around 45.

Major big-budget sequel “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” moved from Toronto for the original to shoot in Georgia now.

A new Mel Gibson action movie, “Bandit,” is in production as well.

HBO’s Rosario Dawson apocalyptic series “DMZ” is also shooting locally.

An Andy Garcia-led reboot of “Father of the Bride” is happening, as is the 23rd season of “Family Feud” and a 50th anniversary reboot film on the CW of “The Waltons.”

Rebel Wilson’s latest comedy film “Senior Year” is also happening.

The Georgia film office, which provides a live, ever-changing list of active productions, does not include Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and “Ozark” because Netflix requested they not be on the list. And the list is not necessarily complete because production companies voluntarily inform the Georgia film office of what is happening. They are not obligated to do so.

Active shows not listed on the film site

“Ozark,” season 4, Netflix

“Stranger Things,” season 4, Netflix

What started between May 18 and June 16

“Bandit,” indie movie with Mel Gibson, Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert

“Collab Crib,” reality FX/Hulu Details here

“DMZ,” season 1, HBO, post-apocalyptic drama starring Rosario Dawson

“Family Feud,” season 23, syndicated

“Father of the Bride,” remake movie with Andy Garcia

“Homegrown,” season 2, Discovery+

“Longboard,” TV pilot, Apple TV+ This is actually “Echo 3.” “Longboard” is not its real name. Luke Evans has signed on.

“Moonshot,” feature film, romantic comedy with sci-fi twist for HBO Max

“P-Valley,” season 2, Starz

“Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” big-budget film from Warner Bros.

“Single Drunk Female,” season 1, Freeform

“Strangers,” feature film, Netflix

“The Ride That Got Away,” season 3, History

“The Waltons,” TV movie, the CW

What wrapped between May 18 and June 16

“A Very Loud Christmas,” Nickelodeon

“Behind the Curtain,” ASO

“Emergency,” Amazon film

“Games People Play,” season 2, BET

“Just Beyond,” season 1, Disney+ (Horror comedy anthology based on R.L. Stine book of same name)

“Legacies,” season 3, the CW

“Love Letters,” Atlanta Opera

“Luxe for Less,” pilot, HGTV

“Promised Land,” pilot ABC

“Put a Ring On It,’ season 1, OWN

“Raising Dion,” season 2, Netflix

“Sell This House,” season 11, A&E

“Step Up” season 3, Starz

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Credit: Georgia film office

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