You probably already know that Atlanta has become a filming hot spot. Productions filming in Atlanta get an up to 30 percent tax break, more and more movies and TV series have decided to film in Georgia. In fact, the film industry in Georgia has gotten so big it has now been dubbed "Y'allywood."
Wondering what's being filmed in Georgia right now? Whether you want to try to score a role as an extra or just want to see if you can spot any familiar locations in upcoming movies and TV shows coming out this year, these are the films you should be on the lookout for.
The Tomorrow War
Why You Need To Watch It: Chris Pratt's new movie The Tomorrow War may just be one of the biggest films to be coming out of Atlanta right now. In the film, a man must come to terms with his past so he can successfully fight off an alien invasion, but it gets complicated when scientists figure out how to draft soliders from the past to come fight in this new war.
MacGyver: Season 4
Why You Need To Watch It: This long-running reboot show has been filming in Atlanta for a while, but fans are super excited to see the new season—even after fans became upset after they learned the new season would be delayed. In this season, MacGyver continues to use his extraordinary problem-solving skills to save people from danger.
Suicide Squad 2: Birds of Prey
Why You Need To Watch It: If you loved Suicide Squad back in 2016, then you're definitely going to want to catch "Birds of Prey," currently being filmed in Atlanta. It's a spinoff of the original movie where Harley Quinn gets some distance from The Joker and shows off what she can do on her own.
Genius: Aretha Frankin: Season 3
Why You Need To Watch It: This season of Genius on National Geographic focuses on the life and career of Aretha Franklin, who is played by actor Cynthia Ervio. The drama series will document her rise to fame and how she became one of the most well-known musicians of all time.
Stranger Things: Season 4
Why You Need To Watch It: If you didn't already know, Stranger Things has been filming in Georgia since the beginning, and fans seriously can't wait season 4. You can expect more of the characters you love as the story goes even deeper into the Upside Down.
Why You Need To Watch It: There hasn't been much info released on the remake of Disney's 1962 film "Big Red," but it's currently filming in Georgia right now and will soon be released on Disney+. One thing is for sure, though: Dog lovers are going to want to catch this film.