Ant-Man lights up the night for residents living near Pinewood Atlanta Studios

Residents living near Pinewood Atlanta Studios found this letter on their mailboxes Thursday, Oct. 23.

It will be “lights, camera, explosions” as the filming of Ant-Man lights up the skies near Pinewood Atlanta Studios over the next week. Movie making in Fayette, which up to now has been a quiet affair involving occasional sightings of famous stars connected to the film, is getting real. And possibly noisy.

People who live near the studio have been alerted that scenes involving gunfire, explosions and pyrotechnics will be filmed in the area overnight for the next week. Read More»

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Residents living near Pinewood Atlanta Studios found this letter on their mailboxes Thursday, Oct. 23.
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