Hollywood has been spiraling downward into progressivism for some time now, but despite repeatedly losing millions of dollars and alienating audiences left and right, it looks like the film industry has no intention to deboard the woke bandwagon.
Dave Rubin shares the disheartening news that two beloved classic films will be getting woke remakes in the near future.
“They are remaking ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to be a non-white ‘Wizard of Oz,”’ he sighs, claiming the original film is “perfection” and “should never be touched.”
It is no secret that Biden’s economic policies are hurting nearly every corner of the country. But the one industry that cannot survive an economic dip is one that, in the past, seemed immune to recessions.
Hollywood has been in decline for many years. This has only been made worse by rising inflation, which is cutting into Americans’ entertainment budgets.
ABC late night comic Jimmy Kimmel speculated Thursday on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" about former President Trump’s death and what effect it would have on the country.
During his opening monologue, the anti-Trump late night host pondered whether the Supreme Court potentially ruling in favor of blue states taking the former president off 2024 presidential election ballots "might actually kill" Trump.
It was bad enough when the TV series 'Lucifer' turned the Devil into a crime fighting agent of good, who had tired of Hell and decides to open a night club in LA, and subsequently working as a police consultant, but Disney and Hollywood are taking things a step further.
Disney CEO Bob Iger saw his compensation more than double last year as the once-great studio continued to struggle financially and creatively, laying off 7,000 employees and releasing an unprecedented string of box-office flops.
Bob Iger earned $31.6 million in total compensation for the fiscal year that ended in September, up from $15 million in 2022, according to a recent Disney SEC filing.
His 2023 pay included a base salary of $865,385, stock awards of $16.1 million, $10 million in stock option awards, $2.1 million in performance-based compensation, and $2.48 million in other pay.
The United States Department of Defense released a statement last week categorically denying that musical sensation Taylor Swift is an asset for its Psychological Operations (PSYOP) unit. According to the Pentagon, the theory that the pop singer has been “a front for a covert political agenda” since 2019 is completely unfounded…but that hasn’t completely dispelled the notion that she’s some kind of mastermind.