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Democratic-Led California On Verge Of $330 Million Post-COVID Movie Boom

A movie boom is coming to California if Democrats have their way.



Angelina Jolie in Eternals

The movie business in Hollywood is on the verge of a major $330 million mega-boom courtesy of the legislature, which is led by Democrats.

The golden state is considering a package of incentives that would lure even more movie productions to California.

If passed, the bill would make California leapfrog New York in cash designed to lure productions there.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has indicated he would sign the bill if it is passed.

California is following the rest of America in reopening after the COVID-19 lockdown hit them hard, leading to movie and TV production being shut down to stop the spread of the killer virus.

Disney, one of the biggest of the studios, is coming off a major box office win after Black Widow broke all pandemic-era box office records and brought in more money than a Hollywood release has seen since 2019.

Crucial to the return of business has been the massive vaccination program spearheaded by President Joe Biden. Biden has been the beneficiary of cash and public support by many in Hollywood, which has long been a bastion of support for the Democratic Party.