COLUMBUS, Ohio - More Hollywood blockbusters like "Ides Of March" could soon make their way to Cincinnati and other Ohio cities.
Gov. John Kasich is expanding the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Incentive.
The newly signed tax law will help Ohio attract film projects, create more jobs and make positive contributions to the economy.
Ohio is one of several states including Michigan, Pennsylvania and Louisiana that offer tax incentives to film and television productions.
"Ides Of March" filmed in Cincinnati in 2011. Now topping box office charts is "The Avengers," which filmed in Cleveland in 2011.
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