Netflix movie to film in Macon-Bibb County

by | Jul 2, 2019 | Community News, News

Netflix will be filming portions of a movie in Macon-Bibb County during the next several weeks. “Ivan” will begin prepping areas of the community July 1, and filming will be from July 15 through July 22. A full list of permanent closures and temporary closures can be found in the links below, both as a list of streets and maps.

“We’re getting a reputation as a great place to film, from our locations to our ability to work with the companies to the welcoming nature of our community,” says District 2 Commissioner Larry Schlesinger. “I’m excited the film industry is doing more and more work here as it has a direct positive impact on our businesses.”

This filming follows several movies that have filmed in Macon-Bibb, including The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings, Wise Blood, A Trip to Bountiful, The Crazies, Trouble with the Curve, 42, Need For Speed, The Fifth Wave, The Best of Enemies, and Zombieland: Double Tap. Several television shows have also filmed here, including Brockmire, The Originals, The Vampire Diaries, Witches of East End, and “Brooklyn.”

 

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