FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. — Trilith is working to develop another project called Trilith LIVE.
The seven-acre entertainment complex is being launched in the hopes of bringing more concerts, festivals and live audience tapings to Fayetteville, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
The company's studio, formerly known as Pinewood Atlanta Studios, served as the home for cast and crew who worked on "Avengers: Endgame." As of 2023, Trilith has dedicated 1,000 acres to film studios, workshops, offices and backlots.
In addition to providing work spaces, all of their properties are encapsulated in what they call “Town at Trilith.” The complex has a variety of homes, restaurants, lofts, rec areas and even a school for children.
Rob Parker, the president and CEO of Trilith Development, said Trilith LIVE is "our biggest [project] to date."
Parker also said the entertainment complex will not only serve creatives, but will bring "regional" and "international draw" as he hopes to have live music and film festivals at their venues.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that developers plan to include:
- A 1,800 seat auditorium
- Two live audience television stages
- A luxury cinema
- An indoor atrium
- An outdoor plaza
- 120,000 square feet of creative office space, food court and retail shops
The project is expected to be completed by in 2025, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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