While some actors and directors have called for a boycott of the state, the film industry as a whole is treading carefully on the issue. Cara Buckley of The New York Times reports.

In the past decade, Hollywood, lured by hefty tax breaks, has embraced Georgia with fervour, and Georgia has hugged it right back.

From the former stay-at-home mom who now has a steady job as a zombie to the farm boy who was a paid extra on Stranger Things and now leads movie tours, to the once sleepy, postcard-perfect town of Senoia, which has served as a giant