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Studio infrastructure in Wilmington, NC, Atlanta, Miami; content in NYC
Studio infrastructure in Wilmington, NC, Atlanta, Miami; content in NYC

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"The Conjuring" is now available on Blu-Ray. The horror production was filmed at our studios and on location in Wilmington, NC http://ow.ly/RBXr308zXwu
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A great list of Georgia-filmed productions appearing on the big screen in 2017. You'll see a few of these are already out, and some rolled out earlier than anticipated!

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Wow....check out this chilling preview of #SIX on the History Channel. Episode 3 airs tonight, and the production was based with us in Wilmington, NC. http://ow.ly/m0kq308zYnk

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Renewal of #GoodBehavior will boost Wilmington, NC economy. http://ow.ly/pyPw30884Aj via Triangle Business Journal #NCFilm

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"Atlanta" won at #GoldenGlobes last night, focusing attention on the Georgia film industry. #GAfilm http://ow.ly/M1St307O9RC

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Hooked on TNT's "Good Behavior?" It was shot at our Wilmington studio complex. You can find seven juicy episodes to binge on here. #NCFilm

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A new Atlanta prop house has opened in response to the growing needs of the #GeorgiaFilm industry via Atlanta Business Chronicle
http://ow.ly/33Pv306IihP

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Sully Movie in theaters today; hosted at our studios in Atlanta. Check out great interview with Katie Couric, Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood, starting at 4:26. (Scroll down to see post). http://ow.ly/5GAw303Zg2P

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"You should never travel with Tom Hanks" via Washington Post http://ow.ly/z10P3044fHR #SullyMovie: Proud to have hosted at our #ATL studios. Opens today nationwide.

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Check out the economic impact of the film and television industry in your state when you click on this link and click on the state: http://ow.ly/zc3M303ZbrN Interactive infographic by Motion Picture Association of America
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