"I do not see how it will be practical for us to continue filming there," he added.
Georgia [sudeste dos EUA] is one of a handful of states that have recently passed tough anti-abortion laws that seek to repeal the landmark US Supreme Court ruling in the Roe vs. Wade case that legalized abortion throughout the country.
After approval and sanction of the so-called "heart beat" law, which prohibits termination of pregnancy after six weeks of gestation, several stars and producers have ensured that they would boycott filming in the state. Other officials, already with productions in progress, announced that they would donate their wages to groups that are challenging the law.
Hollywood remained a deafening silence, but earlier this week Netflix became the first major studio to criticize the bill and admit that it would reconsider filming, which includes "Stranger Things," "Ozark," and "Insatiable."