What’s filming in Georgia in September 2021?

New films feature the likes of Adam Driver, Dennis Quaid, Whoopi Goldberg, Owen Wilson
Films starring actors like Dennis Quaid, Whoopi Goldberg and Adam Driver have recently started production in Georgia. PUBLICITY PHOTOS



Films starring actors like Dennis Quaid, Whoopi Goldberg and Adam Driver have recently started production in Georgia. PUBLICITY PHOTOS

Georgia film and TV production remained at a pretty normal pace the past month, with about 45 active productions.

Some major movies wrapped recently including the “Shazam” sequel with Zachari Levi, Owen Wilson’s “Secret Headquarters,” and Bryan Cranston’s “Jerry & Marge Go Large.” Showtime’s new drama “The First Lady” with Viola Davis also wrapped after a long shoot.

At the same time, some other films are starting up including “Wedding Crashers 2″ with Wilson and Vince Vaughn, historical drama “Till” with Whoopi Goldberg, “The Menu” starring Ralph Fiennes, indie film “On the Wing and a Prayer” with Dennis Quaid and Netflix film “White Noise” (under pseudonym “Wheat Germ”) featuring Adam Driver. The ABC drama “Queens” with Eve and Brandy also began production.

The Georgia film office, which provides a live, ever-changing list of active productions, does not include Netflix’s “Ozark” because Netflix requested it 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” Netflix (it’s set to wrap in October)

What started between August 15 and September 15

“Love and Hip Hop: I Am,” Viacom.

“Love Match Atlanta,” season 1, Bravo. A reality show that explores Atlanta’s Black matchmaking companies as they utilize distinct methodology, charm and skill to find a match for some of the city’s most eligible and demanding singles.

“On a Wing and a Prayer,” indie film starring Dennis Quaid

“Real Murders of Atlanta,” season 1, Oxygen

“Running Realty,” season 1, OWN

“Single Black Female,” Lifetime movie

“Strays,” live-action comedy Universal

“TBD Dating Series,” Fox

“The Hill,” indie film

“The Menu,” a darkly comedic psychological thriller set in the world of eccentric culinary culture. It focuses on a young couple who visit a restaurant on a remote island where a famous chef has prepared a lavish menu and some shocking surprises. Ralph Fiennes stars.

“Queens,” new ABC series with Eve and Brandy

“Running Reality,” new reality show on OWN

“Till,” MGM period film starring Whoopi Goldberg and Danielle Deadwyler

“Unfaithful,” TV reality show Viacom

“Wedding Crashers 2,” sequel with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.

“Wheat Germ,” Netflix movie starring Adam Driver that is actually called “White Noise” (much of the production was shot in Ohio)

What wrapped between August 15 and September 14

“Corrective Measures,” indie film

“The First Lady,” new Showtime series

“Leave it to Geege,” season 1, A&E

“Jerry & Marge Go Large,” film starring Bryan Cranston

“Miracle on 125th Street,” TV movie for Viacom

“The ReEducation of Molly Stringer,” indie movie

“Secret Headquarters,” big-budget film starring Owen Wilson

“Shazam! Fury of the Gods,” film sequel

“Williams Family Retreat,” Bravo

“Uncensored,” season 4, TV One


Credit: Georgia film office

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Credit: Georgia film office


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