"Trouble with the Curve", the Clint Eastwood movie with scenes filmed in Macon, hits movie theaters September 21st.
The movie company, Warner Brothers Pictures, released the official trailer this week, and one Macon bar owner says that is building excitement at his restaurant, Cheers.
A few pictures of Eastwood's visit now decorate the owner, Jim Pierson's, walls.
When they filmed last spring, Pierson said the movie company changed the decorations, darkened the windows and renamed the bar Jimmy's.
They gave Pierson the wooden "Jimmy's" sign, and he placed a marker on the bar where Eastwood ate a burger and drank a few beers.
Pierson said he watched the trailer, but couldn't pick out scenes from his bar in the two minute clip.
He says he does know his bar will be in the film, because the film company called to let him know they didn't cut the scenes.
Pierson said, "People that come here on a regular basis will definitely know, because they do this. They know the place quite well. They'll know it's their home bar. There won't be any doubt about that."
Pierson says he plans to host a party at the bar when the movie comes out September 21st.
He says he has talked with Eastwood once since they filmed.Eastwood gave Pierson his phone number, and Pierson called to wish Eastwood a happy 82nd birthday.