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Officials with the movie and TV studio portion of Doraville's 165-acre redevelopment project, now called Assembly, tell Creative Loafing they don't have a Hollywood tenant lined up, and despite a growing roster of studios around Atlanta, they're confident demand won't be a problem. The former General Motors plant will house a 270,000-square-foot complex called Third Rail Studios. Its competition could come from the north (Atlanta Media Campus & Studios in Norcross), the south (Tyler Perry's studios at Fort McPherson) and the way south (Pinewood Studios Atlanta in Fayetteville). [Rendering: Third Rail Studios]