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Have You Watched the Watchmen? We’re Not in Tulsa Anymore!

Image courtesy of HBO

There are no shortage of opinions on the new Damon Lindelof series Watchmen, a sequel (of sorts, though more of a retelling) and adaptation of Alan Moore, John Higgins and Dave Gibbons’ comic creation, so we will only dwell for a second on that side before diving into the awesome #GeorgiaFilm locations! We also want…

#GeorgiaFilm Review – Jumanji: The Next Level

Image courtesy of Sony Pictures

Hi! It’s me again, Sydney, your friendly neighborhood on-again, off-again movie reviewer. A reviewer of movies? Anyway, this time I jumped right in (see what I did there?) to Jumanji: The Next Level, the next installment in the reboot of the Jumanji universe and it didn’t disappoint. This experience was brought to you by Amanda…

Strange & Revamped Tours at Atlanta Movie Tours

Atlanta Upside Down Tour Atlanta is a hot bed of filming activity and being huge fans of the Netflix hit Stranger Things we are thrilled to be able to take guests to some of the great locations featured on this show! Deciding which ones to kick things off with was no easy feat and we will…

First Man Review – Lights, Camera, LIFTOFF!

Thanks to our friends at Allied Integrated Marketing we were able to take part in and review the Oct 8th, FirstMan VIP Pre-Screening at Atlanta’s Regal Atlantic Station. This event included a post-screening Q&A with none other than the film’s director, Damien Chazelle and star, Ryan Gosling. Yes- You read that correctly – RYAN GOSLING!!!…

Atlanta-filmed Spider-Man: Homecoming and Baby Driver Release Trailers

The past few weeks have been full of trailers for highly-anticipated films set to hit theaters this summer. Two Atlanta-filmed movies, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Baby Driver, dropped their trailers. AMT is excited to catch a glimpse of the locations used in and around the city, and we can’t wait to have a full list of locations to add to…

“Ring” in a New Year of Movies and Shows

The Walking Dead had its mid-season premiere this past Sunday and was watched by 12 million viewers. Some of those viewers were watching alongside AMT at Smoke Ring at our “Rise Up & Hook Up” watch party. And even though audiences were assured that going forward TWD would be less graphic than the infamous Glenn and Abraham…