In 1984, famed film producer Dino DeLaurentiis built Wilmington’s film studio now known as EUE / Screen Gems Studios. Since then, more than four hundred (400) film, television and commercial projects have been produced here. The quality and volume of the productions have earned Wilmington the monikers, Hollywood East and Wilmywood.
EUE / Screen Gems Studios maintains tremendous capacity to produce award-winning movies and television including ten state-of-the-art stages and a vast array of production equipment. The 50-acre full-service studio is one of the top filming facilities in the United States. The studio has attracted and developed a world-class film crew who enjoy living in Wilmington and The Beaches.
The Wilmington Regional Film Commission website contains locally produced film and television history as well our studio, crew and industry capabilities. This is an excellent resource for movie and television buffs and production companies.
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College have film studies and movie and video production programs.
Tours. EUE / Screen Gems Studios is not giving tours of the studio at this time.
For film and television fans, BackroadPlanet.com has produced a summary of Wilmington film and television scene locations you can follow on your own self-guided tour.
Hollywood Location Walk offers a self-guided film tour.
Movies Filmed in Wilmington NC
The following movies and television shows were shot in the Wilmington area. Many were filmed at EUE / Screen Gems Studios and its predecessors.