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Production in the Peach State (Georgia)
Production in the Peach State (Georgia)


The Rise of Film Tourism
The Rise of Film Tourism


'The Fate of the Furious' Elevates Georgia's Economy


Kong: Skull Island Generated Over 70.5 Million for Hawaii's Economy


Before and After the Expansion of State Tax Credits in California


'Fences' Generated $9.4 Million for Pittsburgh Businesses


Fiji Offers World's Highest Tax Rebate


Changing Tax Rebates for Film Makers in New Mexico
NewMexico changing Tax Rebates


Hollywood Spends $2 Million in Georgia in 2016
Hollywood Georgia Spends


Tax Rebates Attract First Bollywood Film To France


NSW Government Invests $2 Million into Local Films & TV to Boost Economy


Malaysia Capitalizes on Film Tourism With Kabali


Warner Bros. Suicide Squad Boosted Ontario's Economy


North America - World's Biggest Filming Hubs


Serbian Film Tax Incentives
Serbian Film Tax Incentives


Film Industry Returns to North Carolina in 2016


Filming Production Boom in Argyll and Bute


Disney's Tomorrowland Responsible for $91.9 Million in Spending in British Columbia


The Top 10 US Cities for Film Makers to Live And Work, in 2016


$54M Economic Boost to Cincinnati


Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials Brings $23.5 Million to New Mexico


2015, a Blockbuster Year for Moviemakers in Utah


TAX CREDIT EXPANSION- 11 Films Stated to Fetch Million Back to California Economic


Film -Tax Credits: NY Paying $38,000 a Job


Economic Impact - Movie & TV Industry in Oregon


Furious 7 (Georgia)


Gone Girl


The Wolverine (Australia)


Focus (New Orleans, Louisiana)


The Great Gatsby - NSW


The Lord of The Rings (New Zealand)


Queen


Harry Potter (U.S)


Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (Spain)


Life of Pi (Taiwan)


Celebrating The Economic Impact of Productions in Georgia


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Project – The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

Total Days of Production – 100

Listed Locations: Gold Coast Studios, Bethpage, Grumann Studios, Bethpage, Marcy Armory, Brooklyn and Long Island.

Employment Generated: Additional Cast and Crew, Catering, Site Fees and Hotels


 
After over 100 days of production and 300,000 square feet of rented space in New York State, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 was the largest production ever to have been filmed in New York.   The film left a significant footprint in the state’s economy accounting for $44 million in wages paid to, and $4.5 million in taxes paid by New York residents, as well as the employment of 3,900 cast and crew and another 5,223 extras. The production also spent a total of $150 million across Industries throughout the state, which includes $1.9 million on catering, $4 million on site fees and $5.7 million on hotel services.


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