Walker Stalker Con 2015

  If you're in Orlando for Walker Stalker Con 2015 this weekend, Atlanta Movie Tours will be at booth 111. Take some time out of your busy schedule of meeting and seeing the many Walking Dead cast members who'll be in attendance to say hi and see what we have to offer. And if you can't make it to the Con in Orlando, maybe we'll see you at the Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta in November.continue reading →

Walking Dead News

As San Diego Comic Con gets closer, fans of shows and movies get even more excited about the upcoming seasons of shows and upcoming movies that are in the works. Among them are "The Walking Dead" and the newly started spin-off set in California, "Fear the Walking Dead." It was announced today that there will be panels at this year's SDCC for both shows. During the panels hosted by "The Talking Dead" host Chris Hardwicke,  we may finally get some more insight into what the spin-off will be about and what it means--if…continue reading →

Fox Theater Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival

There are only two days left to enter to win tickets to see The Goonies at the Fox and four tickets to any of our tours! All you have to do is go to our Facebook page (linked here) and tell us your favorite quote from the Goonies movie. Winners will be drawn on June 2nd and receive tickets to the June 4th showing at the Fox. For those who don't know, the Fox's Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival gives people the opportunity to see a variety of different movies at the Fox by…continue reading →

Go To Hell With Atlanta Movie Tours

Enter for a chance to win an exclusive inside look at Adult Swim's hit show "Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell" in heated anticipation of Season 2 coming this summer. You'll take a seat on the press tour as the only guest on board with a soul. Want more? The show’s creators, Dave Willis (Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Squidbillies) and Casper Kelly (Stroker & Hoop, Too Many Cooks) will be riding along to take your burning questions, like - “Are all the meals made in Hell flame broiled?” Oh yeah, lunch is…continue reading →

Atlanta Enters the Marvel Universe

In a two months, the movie Ant-Man will be release in theaters and be the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to primarily be shot in Atlanta. While only some scenes were shot on the streets of Atlanta, Marvel made use of the new Pinewood Studios just outside of Atlanta. Now,  the filming of Captain America: Civil War is bringing most of the original members of the Avengers to the ATL. This new movie set in the time period right after Ant-Man and Age of Ultron, will be the second filmed at Pinewood. It…continue reading →

Walking Dead Filming

While it’s widely known that The Walking Dead films in and around Atlanta, one thing that people may not know is how close downtown Senoia (the town that doubled as Woodbury) and the Alexandria Safe Zone set really are and how close filming will be when they resume today (May 4th) to film Season 6. As I watched the final episodes of this season, I found it hard to wrap my mind around the fact that I have stood outside the walls that Rick and his people want to live behind, but when…continue reading →

Meet Executive Producer of The Walking Dead, Gale Anne Hurd!

The Woodbury Shoppe, home to all things The Walking Dead, is hosting some seriously great meet and greets this year that any Walking Dead fan will love! Last month Laurie Holden, best known for portraying Andrea on The Walking Dead, met with a sold out crowd of zombie enthusiasts in the shop. The next two TWD stars on the schedule are Executive Producer, Gale Anne Hurd, and Hershel himself, Mr. Scott Wilson. Wilson's meet and greet package already sold out but you still have the opportunity to meet Gale Anne TOMORROW, Saturday, May 2nd! Well, you have…continue reading →

Margaret Mitchell’s Atlanta

It is safe to say that Atlanta isn’t the same place it was in 1949, the year Margaret Mitchell, acclaimed writer of Gone With the Wind, died. Many people visit Atlanta to see “The City in the Trees” that was about twenty miles north of Scarlett O’Hara’s plantation Tara. And when they do they come to find a dramatically different world than Mitchell saw where buildings that were once standing have been replaced with plaques, reconstructed, or moved altogether. On August 11, 1949 Margaret Mitchell and her husband were on the way to…continue reading →

Experiencing the New Victory Tour

One of the most recognizable quotes from The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is “May the odds be ever in your favor.” This line said many times throughout the books and movies seems to have become somewhat of a mantra in Atlanta and the “New Hollywood” aspect of the city. I am a new intern with Atlanta Movie Tours and was given the opportunity to tag along on our new Victory Tour last weekend to see filming locations from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Mockingjay Part 1. And during that tour, I…continue reading →

The 2nd Annual Georgia Entertainment Gala!

A red-carpeted, “Roaring Twenties” themed event with celebrity attendees must be referring to an exclusive Hollywood soiree, right? Nope! We’re talking about The 2nd Annual Georgia Entertainment Gala that is taking place right here in Atlanta. This Saturday, January 11th, The Georgia World Congress Center will host the 2nd Annual Georgia Entertainment Gala. This event celebrates the immense talent that Georgia has to offer when it comes to the entertainment industry. This black tie evening includes an awards ceremony to honor Georgia’s film, television, and music industry professionals. Co-hosting the awards ceremony will…continue reading →