School’s out for the summer, making it a great time for movies that want a campus to film on. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” set up shop at Grady High School this week while “Step Sisters” stepped on over to Oglethorpe University.
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is the latest Marvel movie to film in Atlanta, following “Ant-Man,” “Captain America: Civil War” and the recently wrapped “Guardians of the Galaxy 2.”
Director James Gunn posted this nice post with a photo of himself with Spidey star Tom Holland and Guardians leading man Chris Pratt.
Many blessings today to the star of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tom Holland, and the film's director, Jon Watts (standing in here for Jon is some dude that was passing by), as they begin their shoot in Atlanta just as we are ending ours. I don't think we could pass the Marvel baton to two nicer, better guys who care more about what they're doing. Kill it!
“Step Sisters” is directed by “Drumline” director Charles Stone III, whose last project here was “Lila and Eve.”
The plot, per imdb: “An African American sorority girl resorts to desperate measures to get into a top law school.”