Among those troubled by the abortion law in Georgia is actor Jason Bateman, and Alyssa Milano shares his sentiment:
— The Hill (@thehill) May 17, 2019
Jason Bateman, who works on two shows currently filming in Georgia, said he will not work in a state "that is so disgracefully at odds with women's rights" if the new six-week abortion ban survives court challenges. https://t.co/sO7wsCmO8Y
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) May 17, 2019
We hear a lot of this kind of thing but rarely does anything ever seem to come of it:
Who wants to bet these threats last about as long as Alec Baldwin’s promise to move to Canada. https://t.co/FaqR36GYCG
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) May 17, 2019
We’ll have to wait and see.
They film in Georgia, Mississippi & other States over New York & California, simply based on cost. If Jason Bateman is covering the cost of moving the show to a more expensive location, I'm sure the producers will have no problem with it. I'll bet he doesn't do that, though
— Tom (@ValpoTommy) May 17, 2019
Wouldn’t Hollywood liberals welcome the opportunity to move their shows to more expensive locations so they can pay the higher taxes they’re always saying the rich need to pay? #RhetoricalQuestions
Georgia isn’t interested in your left coast blackmail. One way tickets from Hartsfield hourly.
— Pouncing Coder Brad (@bradcundiff) May 17, 2019
Plenty of actors to go around…
— 🔱Master Debater💯 (@Master_Db8ter) May 17, 2019
Oh no! Whatever shall I watch now?!?!?
— David Howerton (@David_Howerton) May 17, 2019
My thoughts exactly. I love Ozark and it’s filmed in GA. I hate it when they get political. 🙄
— Connie White (@ConnieWhite9) May 17, 2019
Many just can’t help it.