If you're looking for familiar Atlanta sites in the new Hunger Games: Catching Fire trailer, they're hard to spot.
The official final trailer was posted on YouTube this week and quickly racked up 7 million views.
The movies are based on science fiction novels by Suzanne Collins. The first was filmed primarily in North Carolina. It topped the box office for a solid month when it hit theatres on March 23, 2012. The opening weekend brought in a non-sequel record $152.5 million.
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Production started on September 10, 2012 in and around Atlanta for Hunger Games: Catching Fire. 11Alive News filed Freedom of Information Act records and uncovered an $80,000 lease between the production company and Clayton County to film at the Clayton County International Park. Other film locations included The Atlanta History Center, the Georgia World Congress Center, the downtown Marriott Marquis, the Goat Farm Arts Center, and the railroad yards in Kirkwood.
In previous teaser trailers, viewers could spot The Atlanta History Center Swan House and buildings at the Goat Farm. But the newest trailer is focused primarily in "arena" scenes filmed in Hawaii. The film is due in theatres November 22.
Production for the third and final film in the series, Hunger Games: Mockingjay is already underway in Georgia.
The Georgia Film Commission's latest numbers from 2012 put the economic impact of the film industry at $3.1 billion statewide. They report 25,000 jobs are directly related to production. That includes 11,000 full-time positions. In the last four years, more than thirty industry-specific companies have expanded or relocated to Atlanta
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