movieland

[moo-vee-land]
noun
1.
a place where many motion pictures are made, especially Hollywood, California.
2.
the motion-picture industry, especially considered as including the people who work in it, their attitudes, way of life, etc.: Movieland has yet to produce low-budget films that are consistently good.

Origin:
1910–15; movie + land

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