Hollywood mega-producers J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele say they will film their upcoming HBO horror series, Lovecraft Country, in the state of Georgia, but they will be donating their profits to the effort to oppose the Peach State’s fetal “heartbeat” law that protects the life of infants in the womb.
Many denizens of Hollywood, such as activist Alyssa Milano, have been urging the film industry to boycott the burgeoning film industry in Georgia. But Abrams and Peele seem ready to go ahead with their plans to film there despite the calls to boycott.
J.J. Abrams, of the re-booted Star Trek movie franchise fame, and Peele, who recently re-booted the Twilight Zone series, will film the Lovecraft Country series out of Atlanta, Georgia, they affirmed. But they will do so “standing shoulder to shoulder with the women of Georgia,” the pair said in a statement, according to Deadline.
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