Tyler Perry Reveals Part Of Black Panther Was Shot At His Studio!
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“Black Panther” shattered the box office numbers with a whopping $235 million in just four days. In more exciting news, did you know part of the film was shot at Tyler Perry Studio? Tyler Perry revealed on social media that part of the Marvel movie was filmed at his studio in Atlanta, Georgia.
The filmmaker shared the photo below with the caption:
“Welcome to Wakanda! You wanna talk about black history! These are the new stages at Tyler Perry Studios. And guess what the first film to shoot on one of the stages was?!”
According to AJC,
Several locations around the metro area were home to “Black Panther” settings, including the High Museum in Midtown and the rock quarry at the Vulcan Materials Co. in Stockbridge. An official from the Henry County city said several scenes of Wakanda, the fictional African nation in the film, were shot at the quarry.
$84 million of the $200 million budget was spent in Georgia, which also employed more than 3,000 Georgians during the shoot. Talk about black excellence!!!