NeHollywood.com You may need to write a few apology notes on this one Jimmy?
Nehollywood.com Sorry Mark Wahlberg but the wounds of the Boston Marathon Bombing are still to fresh to recreate your shooting scene and the residents of Watertown Mass have clearly echoed this to your production company.
NeHollywood.com Love Carrie Underwood and just love what she is doing for this family..Its a beautiful thing!
It will be interesting to see how many issues arise with the making of this film. A lot of open wounds still present in Boston and Watertown from that horrible day. Just saying.
NeHollywood.com Really Donnie?
Our opponents are at it again. Last week Governor Baker filed a new bill, H. 3978, which would cripple the film & TV production incentive in Massachusetts.
H. 3978 rolls back the incentive in several ways, but the most dangerous is placing a cap on the value of the credit that any one production can get. Films such as Joy, the Judge, American Hustle, The Finest Hours, Ghostbusters and many others would not have come to Massachusetts under this bill.
Last year was one of the best ever for film and television production in Massachusetts, but the Governor’s bill would cripple this strong and growing industry and send these good-paying local jobs to competing states, and Massachusetts families would be forced to follow.
The film and TV incentive has made Massachusetts a leading film-making destination, supporting thousands of local families and creating a local industry that helps countless small businesses in cities and towns all across this state.
Please use the link below to send a message NOW to your State Legislators to tell them to Oppose H. 3978.
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Message from NeHollywood.com THIS IS NUTS!! Please contact your local Rep and let them know that this has to be stopped from passing! We need this Film Tax credit to continue the great success of more movies to be made here in Mass and for local talent both in front of the camera and behind.
NeHollywood.com Great Commercial Mr.Tyler,Skittles and all!
NeHollywood.com Kudos to Our Massachusetts Girl Elizabeth Banks for nailing this upcoming role! NeHollywood.com Loves ya!
NeHollywood.com Message to the Production Company: I am hoping that what ever casting company is used for this film,makes great use of all of Boston’s endless talent and that Background casting directors treat them well! Remember We are humans,not robots!
Ben Walker and Teresa Palmer costar in the newest adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, “The Choice,” opening Friday. During a recent country-wide publicity tour, they stopped to chat about the film in a Boston hotel.