The sequel to Eddie Murphy’s blockbuster hit "Coming to America" is currently being filmed in Atlanta, and residents are seeing the action unfold throughout surrounding neighborhoods.
QST is the basecamp production sign used for filming the production. So far, viewers have spotted production in the areas of South Fulton and Chattahoochee Hills.
Lisa Marie Blotsky wrote 11Alive The A-Scene, “'QST?' Filming down by the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception downtown."
One notable filming location for tons of action is the mansion of rap mogul Rick Ross.
In an interview with Nick Cannon on Power 96.1, he revealed scenes for the movie are being filmed at his home.
The two discussed if creating a sequel for the film was necessary.
“The reason why I’m believing in it so much is because they are filming at my estate in Atlanta,” Ross said.
“That movie is so classic. It’s something I just don’t want to touch,” Cannon said.
Ross revealed that the original movie is his favorite and that is the main reason why he wanted to be part of the making of the sequel.
The mogul resides in at Fayette County estate on Old National Highway. The property was once owned by Evander Holyfield.
A-Scene Insider Chris Chapin shared pics of some of the action taking place outside of Rick Ross mansion.
Many of the original cast members are returning for the new installment.
John Amos is set to return as Cleo McDowell, the owner of McDowell’s, a spoof of McDonald’s.
The woman who played his daughter Lisa McDowell, actress Shari Headly, is also returning. Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, and Paul Bates are also reprising their roles.
Vanessa Bell Calloway, who played the role of Prince Akeem’s arranged wife, will also be in the sequel.
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