Chris Pratt Is Giving Away A Set Visit To His Newly Retitled Movie Now Filming In Atlanta
See ya never, Ghost Draft.
Uber talented (and extra dreamy) actor, Chris Pratt, has been filming for his new movie in Atlanta since September and we've low key been stalking his set locations for a chance to see him in person. Ghost Draft has been the talk of the town when it comes to upcoming major mation pictures, but it's actually not called Ghost Draft anymore. The 2020 sci-fi flick has been renamed The Tomorrow War.
We know and love Chris Pratt from his super diverse characters as the goofy guy in Parks & Recreation and the sexy badass in Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World.
We are biting our nails to see him show off even more in his recent project The Tomorrow War (FKA Ghost Draft). For unknown reasons, the film has been re-titled and Chris took to social media to announce it (in a humorous manner, as always).
Chris states in his Instagram caption that the original title didn't sit well for many reasons. He jokes that the team has debated several alternative titles like "Jurassic Draft", "HERO movie brought to you by Verizon", "Saving private Ryaalien" and "WWZ2 but with As not Zs." Funny, Chris. Hilarious, actually.
The photo reveals a sneak peek on set for the film, which will feature a plot line involving a tormenting fight against aliens. Chris also boasts that this is his first time as an executive producer. We can expect big things. Go, Chris!
including the Terminus building, Piedmont Crossing, Marietta Blvd., The W Hotel on Ivan Allen, Cambellton Rd., Newnan Crossing and much more. Previously under codename "BONEYARD", we are not sure if that will stick with the new title.
Nonetheless, you now actually have a chance to visit the filming spots because Chris is auctioning off a set location (as seen on his IG post above). Make sure to follow him for updates!
For more gossip about filming in Georgia, check out these, including which is allegedly already underway