Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams are joining a slew of other Hollywood elites who are boycotting the controversial abortion bill just passed in Georgia.

House Bill 481, bans abortions after a heartbeat can be detected by a doctor, something often identified six weeks after inception. Blavity reported that Alabama passed their own resolution Tuesday, making it legal to punish the doctor who performs the abortion to at least 99 years in prison. 

Most shows and movies film in Georgia, thanks the state's economical tax credits. Peele and Abram's forthcoming television series Lovecraft Country is slated to begin shooting in The Peach State soon. Instead of taking production elsewhere, the A-list directors are instead pledging to donate funds from the show to various anti-abortion organizations.

"In a few weeks we start shooting our new show, Lovecraft Country and will do so standing shoulder to shoulder with the women of Georgia," Peele and Abrams said in a joint statement obtained by Deadline. "Governor Kemp's 'Fetal Heartbeat' Abortion Law is an unconstitutional effort to further restrict women and their health providers from making private medical decisions on their terms."

Their remarks continue: "Make no mistake, this is an attack aimed squarely and purposely at women. We stand with Stacey Abrams and the hardworking people of Georgia, and will donate 100% of our respective episodic fees for this season to two organizations leading the charge against this draconian law: the ACLU of Georgia and Fair Fight Georgia.  We encourage those who are able to funnel any and all resources to these organizations."

Singer Rihanna also chastised supporters of the abortion law, slamming Alabama Governor Kay Ivey for officially signing her state's bill into law on Wednesday.

"Take a look. These are the idiots making decisions for WOMEN in America," the Fenty Beauty mogul wrote in an Instagram post along with a photo of each politician who voted in favor of the ban. 

"Governor Kay Ivey...SHAME ON YOU!!!!" she added.

Former Scandal star Kerry Washington called the decision "outrageous" on Twitter.