New Star Wars Series awarded nearly $21 million in tax credits

Next live Star Wars series Star Wars: Skeleton Crew About to get a really big tax break. On Monday, the California Bureau of Films announced seven television series selected to receive tax incentives to film in the state, with The ship’s crew Including. The series — and the production company behind it, Disney Lucasfilm, will get a total of $20.9 million in tax breaks, out of the total $90.8 million granted by the state. according to The Hollywood ReporterAnd the The ship’s crew In particular, it is expected to spend most of the seven series, with approximately $136 million in expenses for its first season.

Other shows on the list include The Resident and Warner Bros. Discovery’s My Glory, Presumed Innocent, and HBO’s The Sympathizer Future Seasons from HBO Max’s Rap Sh! t and Peacock’s Killing It, will also be part of the deal, after moving their production from other countries.

“Increasing investment in our tax credit program strengthens California’s competitiveness and continues to build on our position as the media production capital of the world,” California Film Commission Executive Director Colin Bell said in a statement. “We, once again, welcome new TV series into the program, creating jobs and economic opportunities here in the Golden State.”

The ship’s crew It will follow a group of lost children trying to find their way home. It will be directed by Spider-Man: There is no room for homeJohn Watts, and Jude Law will star in an important but mysterious role.

“Jon Watts came to me, desperately wanting me to do something fools in star WarsKennedy said exclusively ComicBook.comBrandon Davis at Star Wars Celebration earlier this year. “Needless to say, I’m going to say yes. And so it grew out of that kind of enthusiasm in wanting to tell stories in this space.”

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