Hundreds rallied in support of the North Carolina film incentives in downtown Wilmington Sunday afternoon.
Supporters included actors and producers from Max Steel, Under the Dome and several other productions that have benefited from the North Carolina film incentives.
"Even if we don't shoot Under the Dome a second season we need the incentives here," said Under the Dome actor Colin Ford, "the people here need jobs and the film industry."
Representative Susi Hamiliton, and Senator Thom Goolsby also voiced their support of film incentives and the economic impact it has on the Wilmington Community.
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