Site of failed movie studio project t...

Site of failed movie studio project that cost Allen Park millions being sold to New York firm

There are 1 comment on the MLive.com story from Jun 13, 2014, titled Site of failed movie studio project that cost Allen Park millions being sold to New York firm. In it, MLive.com reports that:

The site of a failed movie studio project that contributed to the state takeover of Allen Park is in the process of being sold for $12 million, city officials announced Thursday.

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kev

Taylor, MI

#1 Jul 1, 2014
They already have a film studio in pontiac. They shot most of oz: the great nd powerful there.I'm sure there was never this amount of hype. And Pontiac will never turn into an alternative hollywood even though it has been used .citizens tend to fall for these dreams of grandeur, when in actuality even if opened,would have been just another film studio.kind of similar to detroit metro getting excited when lions won a few football games.we know tampa bay even used to be laughed at by fans and players. But they have been to superbowl in 2003 and won.so far they have had the last laugh .

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