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More Big-Budget Movies Return to California via Expanded Tax Credit Program Latest Projects Include “Call of the Wild” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Untitled #9” Hollywood, Calif. – November 20, 2017 – California’s prolonged drought when it comes to big-budget feature film production continues to be reversed with help from the state’s expanded Film & Television Tax Credit Program 2.0. The California Film Commission today announced that two more big-budget films – “Call of the Wild” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Untitled #9” -- will be shot in-state. They join other recently announced big-budget wins for California including “Captain Marvel,” “Island Plaza,” “Midway,” “Ad Astra,” “Bumblebee,” and “Wrinkle in Time.” Each such tax credit project would have been ineligible under the state’s first-generation Program 1.0, which was closed to projects with budgets exceeding $75 million. “Despite aggressive incentives worldwide, California is once again competing for big projects because we’re able to p...