‘Black Panther II’ Won’t Move Production From Georgia Over Voting Law

‘Black Panther II’ Won’t Move Production From Georgia Over Voting Law
Black Panther II will still film in Georgia despite the state’s new, restrictive voting law.

In an op-ed published by Shadow and Act, the film’s director Ryan Coogler says that the Marvel film will move forward with its plans to shoot in the Peach State this summer. The law has drawn widespread criticism for the way it enacts strict new ID requirements for absentee ballots, curtails the use of drop boxes and makes it a crime to give water and food to those waiting in line to vote. President Joe Biden has called it “Jim Crow in the 21st century....
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