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Sunday, August 25, 2013
Pinewood Studios, the UK-based home of the James Bond movie series, which is the longest running in film history, is poised to move production of its latest entry, tentatively called “Bond 24,” out of Britain, and to a new home: Fayetteville, Georgia.
The signs for such a move are clear and very real.
First, Pinewood Studios has invested in the construction of a new, 288-acre, five-sound-stage complex of over 300,000 square feet, in Fayetteville, Georgia, and named “Pinewood Studios Atlanta,” presumably because no one has ever heard of Fayetteville, Georgia. Built in partnership with RiverRock, an independently managed trust run by the owners of Chick-fil-A fast food chain, it’s scheduled to open January of 2014 and will eventually employ over 3,000 people.
Second, the same Pinewood Studios has worked to expand its current, iconic, 100-acre studio in south Buckinghamshire, England. Back in May, speculation ran that the next James Bond film would not be made there if Pinewood did not receive approval from the South Buckinghamshire District Council on its plans to expand the facility. Of all Bond films, only two, Moonraker and License to Kill, have not been made at Pinewood Studios, UK.
For the rest, go to Zennie62.com, here: Pinewood Studios Could Bring James Bond To Fayetteville, Georgia - http://www.zennie62blog.com/2013/08/25/pinewood-studios-could-bring-james-bond-to-fayetteville-georgia-83551/
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