More than 30 of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters sent a threatening letter to Gov. Nathan Deal, telling him in no uncertain terms that if he passes the religious-freedom bill the legislature handed him for consideration, they’ll never work in Georgia again. The LBGT advocacy group Human Rights Campaign shared the open letter penned by the filmmakers, writers and actors.

It read in part, Breitbart reported: “We pride ourselves on running inclusive companies, and while we have enjoyed a positive partnership on productions in Georgia, we will plan to take our business elsewhere if any legislation sanctioning discrimination is signed into state law.” The letter also said the bill before Deal would “sanction discrimination against LGBT people and others in Georgia.” READ MORE