Upcoming Harley Quinn movie starring Margot Robbie, is among 19 films that that have been selected to received tax credits under California's Film & TV Tax Credit Program 2.0.
They are expected to generate an estimated $258.2 million in qualified expenditures (defined as wages to below-the-line workers and payments for equipment/vendors) and spend a combined 602 shoot days across the state.
"It's great to see so many tax credit projects bring production jobs and spending to regions across the state," California Film Commission Tax Credit Program director Nancy Rae Stone said.
"We are excited to be awarded an incentive from the California Film & TV Tax Credit Program, which will allow us to produce Birds of Prey in the Golden State," said Warner Bros.
Among the eight indie films selected for the tax credit round are another five projects - Black and Blue, Blackbird, Drunk Bus, Revenge and YesterNow - that plan to shoot outside the Zone.
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