Updated photos from the ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ set construction in Griffin, GA


A few weeks ago we posted the first group of photos from a Hunger Games: Mockingjay set being constructed at a mill site, located off of Experiment Street in Griffin, GA, and at the time it looked like they were going to begin filming any day but, three weeks later, the set is still being built and it just keeps growing and growing.

The latest photos show a “wall” of containers being built for a green screens, “smoke damage” has been added to the buildings, which are now painted gray, and a chunk of foam facade with the words “Of Justice” carved into it.

In addition to what they’ve added, they’ve torn down one of the original buildings and moved a lot of rubble around so there is now a big smoke stack exposed. The set is changing a lot day-to-day so it seems like they are gearing up to begin filming there soon and, given on all of the work they’ve done, we anticipate they spend at least a few days there.

Based on the cast’s promotional schedule and holiday schedule we expect filming on Mockingjay will be back in full swing by next week.

Stay tuned for more updates from the set in Griffin. If you spot Mockingjay filming in Georgia, let us know about it at olv@onlocationvacations.com!

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A huge thank you to Tony and @c0ast3r_fan for the photos and updates!!



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