Marvel Studios has once again wowed fans by revealing an exciting new addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU): the planned TV miniseries “Echo.” This show was made by Marion Dayre just for Disney+ and is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It tells a story that is different from the rest of the MCU. With “Echo” being the tenth TV show in the MCU, it will continue the story of the bigger franchise. It is a spin-off from the popular “Hawkeye” series.
The plot is about Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), who is played by a group of skilled actors, going back to her hometown. The show is about finding out about yourself, connecting with your Native American roots, and loving your family and community as she faces her past. tvacute is going to get to the heart of “Echo” and look at the important parts that make it so moving.
Where was Marvel’s Echo filmed?
Marvel’s Echo began principal shooting on April 21, 2022, at Trilith Studios in Fayetteville, Georgia. The filming continued all over the Atlanta area. The shooting process took a long time—92 days, to be exact—and ended on August 26, 2022.
Even though it was originally planned that shooting would start in February 2022, it didn’t happen until April. This shows how much planning and coordination is needed for such a big project. The long filming time shows how hard everyone worked to make Marvel’s Echo series come to life.
Echo (Series) Filming Locations
The beautiful scenery in Marvel’s Echo was carefully created by shooting in many places in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Each place in Georgia—from the busy streets of Atlanta to the beautiful scenery of Peachtree City, Social Circle, and Grantville—was very important to the visual story of the series.
Trilith Studios in Fayetteville, Georgia, was where most of the main filming took place. But the artistic team went outside the studio and got real scenes along the Great Walton Railroad in Social Circle, Georgia, and in and around Peachtree City. Besides this, the Grantville Water Tower and Bonny Castle were also chosen as shooting sites. By choosing a variety of settings, the show feels more real, and the beautiful scenery of Georgia is shown off.
It was also hard for the creative team to find places that looked truly like Oklahoma, but they handled it well. They got useful reference pictures from their trip to the Choctaw Nation, which helped them find places in Georgia that fit the story’s geographical needs.