Warner Bros. has officially returned to Ohio, bringing legal headaches and political fireworks to the state where it was legalized in 2011.
The company, which has long had a presence in the state, said on its website Thursday that it will resume its production in the Buckeye State.
Ohio, a battleground state for both the Democrats and Republicans, was one of only four states that still allowed same-sex marriage in 2008.
The law was overturned in the Supreme Court in June.
Warner Bros. will have its production and marketing in Ohio on Friday.
It will be joined by the Weinstein Company, which also has a presence there.
The Weinstein Company has not responded to a request for comment.