Edgar Wright Is Taking ANT-MAN To The Suburbs
We’ve heard a little bit about Ant-Man the past month or so thanks to the face he’s out promoting The World’s End and its Blu-ray release, but we’ve been told on several occasions that we can probably expect to hear some official casting before the end of 2013. There’s a few weeks left on the calendar, so we’ll just have to wait and see how that plays out. One thing we do know about Ant-Man is where it’s shooting. Some new information about the locations Wright will be using in his highly-anticipated Marvel film has come to light.
A few weeks ago we heard there was a change of plans since there was a lack of space in the U.K. at Pinwood Studios, so Wright had to move things to the good ol’ U.S. of A. The location chosen was Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayetteville, Georgia. The production will be getting outside of the studio as well. Some filming will be done at the Echo Mill community in Powder Springs, Georgia (via CBM). A resident of the subdivision posted a picture of himself and Wright to prove it. The director and some of the producers stopped by some of the homes to inform residents what Marvel would be doing. Echo Mill is where a lot of filming for the Ben Stiller comedy The Watch took place, so you may know what the scenery looks like.
An undisclosed amount of filming will also take place in San Francisco according to Production Weekly. Things kick off in May, so there is plenty of time for official announcements to be made and for spies to get in place and snap some set pics. What do you think about Ant-Man traveling across the U.S. to film?