Zach Braff used Kickstarter to fund a film he wanted to make called “Wish I Was Here.” Braff said he used the site as more of a social experiment, and was shocked with how much of a response he received. There was much speculation by the public about him using Kickstarter to create a film. The Internet has also been up in arms posting reviews of the film. When it comes down to it, Braff says, “I get to go out on this scavenger hunt for 26 days. [Kickstarter let me do what regular producers wouldn’t:] Give me 12 hours a day for 26 days to collect everything I think is right, all the imagery I want. Then let me exhale and now let me find the movie.” Regardless of the pro’s and con’s of the situation, in the end, way to get around the boundaries of Hollywood and create something that you believe in, ZB!