Legendary Star to Produce Film in Georgia Despite Hollywood Pressure to Boycott the State

Clint Eastwood poses at the premiere of "The Mule" in Los Angeles
Clint Eastwood poses at the premiere of "The Mule" in Los Angeles (REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Despite intense calls to boycott Georgia over the state's recently approved pro-life law, Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood is set to begin production on a new movie in the Peach State this summer.

The so-called "heartbeat bill," which was signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp (R) last month, prohibits abortion after a heartbeat has been detected, usually around six weeks into pregnancy.

At the behest of actor and activist Alyssa Milano, Hollywood elites began pledging to stop filming in the southern state unless the courts overturn the law. In a letter to Kemp, Milano described the legislation as "dangerous and deeply flawed."

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