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HOLLYWOOD MOVIE MAKERS LEAVING CALIFORNIA

Why the Movie Industry Is Fleeing California

Ah, Hollywood. The Mecca of filmmaking. Thousands of would-be actors, screenwriters, and directors flock to Los Angeles, California to fulfill their dreams of becoming a star because, after all, that’s where movie-making happens. Everyone knows this.

And for close to a century, it was true. But today, Hollywood – the way we generally think of it – is fading away and going elsewhere. In fact, in 2017, only ten of the top 100 movies produced that year were made mostly in California.

It’s no secret that the entire state of California is experiencing a large and sustained out-flow of residents, but Los Angeles County, in particular, is showing the biggest losses. The question is why is the film industry abandoning its Mount Olympus?


3 Replies to “HOLLYWOOD MOVIE MAKERS LEAVING CALIFORNIA”

  1. And AB-5 signed into law by Gavin Newsom, has put the final terminating cap on the movie industry, as well as thousands of other independent contractor jobs. RECALL GAVIN NEWSOM!

    1. I agree to recall but he will be put in a high level Biden cabinet post

  2. Newsomlini did not cause the Hollywood mystique, he just lives in that aura of power, popularity and illusion that is Hollywood.
    Recall folks, Recall.

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