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The video site bypasses Hollywood with a $100 million fund to produce professional content
Felicia Day guest stars on MyMusic, a comedy show from YouTube filmmakers, the Fine Brothers
Felicia Day guest stars on MyMusic, a comedy show from YouTube filmmakers, the Fine Brothers

Deepak Chopra filming for his YouTube channel, the Chopra Well

In an industrial area south of downtown Los Angeles, 15 miles and a world away from the back lot of Hollywood mega-studio Warner Bros., Gotham Chopra is figuring out how to digitally insert Luke Skywalker onto a green screen. Chopra, son of spirituality author Deepak Chopra, sits in a small studio recording Holy Facts, a series of two- to four-minute videos that will guide viewers through some of the more unlikely aspects of the spiritual sciences. One episode will explain why some children believe they can recall events from past lives. The episode he’s recording will explore the trend of people telling census takers their religion is Jedi.