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This morning several downtown Atlanta residents and businesses received an email letting them know part of Peachtree Center Ave in Atlanta will be closed for filming of The Idiom, a.k.a. Catching Fire.

Here is a summery of the email:

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Here are the latest updates we’ve received from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire sets around Atlanta:

Tonight is the last night of filming for the Capitol Party scene at the Swan House in Atlanta where security has been tight all week, though a couple people had gotten a look at the exterior.

One of our readers, @Jeff_Holmes, told us he heard from a location manager filming at The Goat Farm in Atlanta would start late next week and last a few days.

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Thanks to one of our Twitter followers, @Jeff_Holmes, we have a first look at the stage for the Reaping that will be used in the upcoming Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire.

The set is being built at The Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta but according to Jeff the exact filming date for at the Goat Farm shoot has not yet been determined.

In other filming news, it has been confirmed they will film scenes at “The Beach” in Clayton County, GA’s International Park.

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On Monday filming officially began on the follow up to The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, around Atlanta and, surprisingly, so far there has been little fanfare surrounding the shoot.

Here’s what we know so far about where they might be filming over the next few weeks:

As of this morning there were still signs and arrows pointing to the GWCC though we can’t confirm they are definitely filming at this location this week. Some people have told us they are only holding auditions here, others have said it will be one of the film’s main locations so, for now, the jury’s still out on this one.

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It seems the first signs for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire have already been spotted around Atlanta.

We know CL Casting has been busy casting extras for the Hunger Games sequel and a few of the movie’s stars, including Jennifer Lawrence, have already arrived in town to start rehearsing, but could filming be underway already?

One of our Twitter followers, ‏@Cre8iveone, spotted the sign above for “GGX” outside the Georgia Dome. Interestingly, according to a listing on Georgia.org, crew members applying for jobs on the upcoming feature film The Idiom (which is believed to be the working title for Catching Fire) are to send their resumes to ggxproductions@gmail.com Coincidence? Probably not.

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