Dec 07 07:14

Lessons From Hollywood’s “Great Replacement”

Why do some attempts at social engineering and racial apartheid work, while others don’t? It often comes down to whether the machinators choose to acknowledge human nature or ignore it.

So let’s take a look at the first industry-wide attempt to make Hollywood less white, and we’ll reason out why it failed.

Leftists have long sought to de-whiten Hollywood’s on-camera talent. I stress “on-camera,” because behind the scenes, in terms of studio heads, producers, and network execs, Hollywood is content to be exceptionally not diverse (unless your definition of “diverse” is that some names end in “stein” and others in “berg,” “witz,” and “thal”). But “diversifying” the faces in front of the camera has been a long-term project for those who think that trading the Grace Kellys for the Leslie Joneses will heal the nation or whatever (the “Phase 2” in between “Phase 1: Ban white actors” and “Phase 3: Utopia” is something the Underpants Gnomes have yet to elucidate).

Dec 06 11:29

'At Least Alec Baldwin Did Not Blame Trump For Pulling The Trigger'

In a preview for an upcoming broadcast interview on Thursday night, Alec Baldwin claimed that he did not pull the trigger on the revolver that fired, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Baldwin will sit down for his first formal interview regarding the tragic shooting on the set of the independent Western film "Rust," it was announced on Wednesday. Baldwin addressed the fact that he was holding a gun that was apparently loaded with a live bullet that should not have been on the set at all, let alone in an actor's hand, in a trailer for the tell-all.

An emotional Baldwin asserts categorically that he did not pull the trigger during the preview, which is extensively edited for the purpose of promoting the longer interview that will run Thursday evening.

Dec 06 08:29


Dec 04 08:40

‘Anne Boleyn’ show writer: ‘We wanted it to feel fresh and different’ on AMC+

Call it a new spin on an old story.

The three-part period drama “Anne Boleyn,” premiering on AMC+ on Thursday (Dec. 9), showcases the famous doomed Queen’s story in a different way — with Jodie Turner-Smith, (“Queen and Slim”), a British actress of Jamaican descent, in the lead role.

“We wanted to make sure the world of our Tudor court didn’t look exactly like period dramas that we’d seen in the past,” series writer Eve Hedderwick Turner told The Post.

“Because it is such a well-known period of history and Anne’s story itself has been really well covered, we wanted to make sure that it felt fresh and alive and different. And also, reflective of our society today — so that hopefully we would attract new audiences who maybe didn’t see relevance in watching a story like this previously.”

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Dec 04 07:26

Chris Webby - Raw Thoughts V (Official Video)

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Some rough language, but really makes a good point about modern life in the US!

Nov 30 11:25

A CIA and Pentagon Production

I haven’t seen the movie Top Gun, and I won’t bother seeing the much anticipated sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. Why should I? If I wanted to see a movie produced by the Pentagon or the CIA, I would just watch Animal Farm.

Seriously. In perhaps the most ironic moment in the history of literature, the CIA actually made an animated movie version of Animal Farm. Of course, they rewrote Orwell’s ending to fit the message. CIA operative Howard Hunt, of Watergate fame, would recall in his memoir that they "tweaked [it] to heighten the anti-Communist message, and distribute it throughout the world in the hope that it would be seen by parents and children alike."

Other key contributors to the movie included Hollywood producer and agent Carleton Alsop and scriptwriter Finis Farr, who were both actually with the CIA. The CIA followed this project up by acquiring the rights to 1984. You got it: Big Brother owns Big Brother.

Nov 30 07:31

Disney Under Fire For Blocking Simpsons Episode From Hong Kong Streaming Services

A month ago we reported that Hong Kong's new pro-China film censorship law could see an eventual ban on Netflix and Amazon and other streaming services. The legislation was part of the continuing unfolding of the sweeping pro-China 'national security law' of June 2020, with the film censorship even working retroactively for any movies or programming "found to be contrary to national security interests".

Questions are now being asked about why Disney's streaming service in Hong Kong, Disney Plus, has blocked a popular episode of the "Simpsons". The episode in question features reference to the famous "tank man" photo from the June 1989 Tiananmen Square protests and massacre. The episode entitled "Goo Goo Gai Pan" also features jokes or references that could be deemed offensive to people of Chinese or Asian descent.

Nov 27 08:29

Benedict Cumberbatch needs to man up about toxic masculinity

‘Sherlock’ star Benedict Cumberbatch has shrewdly deduced that ‘men are bad’ and has shared that revelation with the world. Elementary wokeism, my dear Watson.

I must confess that I find sanctimonious celebrity sermons particularly nauseating. So, when I hear acclaimed actor Benedict Cumberbatch stating that society needs to address ‘toxic masculinity’ I reach for my metaphorical sick bucket.

Cumberbatch smugly pontificated that ‘we need to fix the behaviour of men.’ In his sermon from Hollywood Hills, the Dr Strange star exhorted men to stop denying how horrible they are. He decried those who said that ‘not all men are bad’ and ‘blah blah blah, but no, we just have to shut up and listen.’

Nov 25 21:27

Black Lives Matter: 'You Are Eating Dry Turkey And Overcooked Stuffing On Stolen Land'

Imagine not knowing how to cook a juicy and delicious turkey, lmao.

Nov 23 09:11

Afraid To Speak: Cancel Culture Scaring Conservative Musicians

Conservatives in his profession, according to country musician Jason Aldean, have been ignored and are hesitant to speak up for fear of being canceled.

"There are times when I feel like I don't have a choice but to speak up or say anything because I feel like nobody else in the industry or a lot of people in our industry, does that for fear," Aldean, 44, said on Audacy's "Rob + Holly" show on Thursday.

"I just feel like someone has to be that man, and if it happens to be me, that's good," he continued. "It's gotten to the point where you're not permitted to speak if you're a conservative in this company."

Nov 19 07:06

The Point: One-on-one with Oliver Stone

Nov 18 07:53

Richard Gere, Tilda Swinton, Mark Ruffalo, Susan Sarandon join over 100 other celebrities in calling on Israel to rescind terrorist designation

Over 100 celebrities have signed an open letter criticizing the Israeli government for designating six Palestinian human rights groups as terrorist organizations. The letter calls on the international community to push for the designation to be rescinded.

“The vital work of these six organizations to protect and empower Palestinians and hold Israel accountable for its gross human rights violations and apartheid regime of institutionalized racial discrimination is precisely the work that Israel is trying to end,” reads the letter. “Israel’s designation of these six Palestinian organizations as ‘terrorist’ groups, and the military order that outlaws them places the safety of the organizations and their staff at imminent risk.”

Nov 18 06:55

Americans Ditch Entertainment Amid Record Inflation

The spike in the cost of living brought on by outrageous inflation and the end of pandemic lockdowns may be cutting into the viewing habits of TV consumers. Nearly half of those responding to a recent survey said they plan to cancel at least one of their cable or streaming subscriptions in the coming months.

Nov 16 06:49

John Cusack Accuses Billionaire of Defending Rittenhouse to Avoid Taxes: ‘Scumbag Criminal Hoarder’

Hollywood star John Cusack has lashed out at billionaire investor Bill Ackman for his comments in defense of Kyle Rittenhouse, bizarrely accusing Ackman of trying to stoke “racial division and hate” as some sort of tax avoidance scheme.

In an angry tweet, John Cusack also called Bill Ackman a “scumbag criminal hoarder” who should “shut the fuck up.”

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This is John trying to get some attention.

Nov 08 10:41

Van Morrison Sued for Defamation by North Ireland Official for Denouncing COVID Restrictions and Lockdowns

By B.N. Frank

Music legends Van Morrison and Eric Clapton have NOT been shy about voicing their opposition musically and otherwise to how the COVID Crisis is being handled. Now Van Morrison is being sued...

Nov 08 10:12

Are motherless babies from artificial wombs the future we’re heading for?

The ability to grow children independently from their mothers is currently the stuff of science fiction, but in our increasingly transhumanist, managerial world could they one day be a horrifying feature of reality?

A film due to start shooting in March next year will feature ‘artificial wombs’ as a central plot device. ‘The Pod Generation’, described as a sci-fi rom-com, will feature Emilia Clarke, of Game of Thrones fame, and Chiwetel Ejiofor, best known for his starring role in 12 Years a Slave, as Rachel and Alvy, a couple looking to have a child together, but not in the ‘traditional fashion.’ Set in the near future, the couple will be able to “share” the pregnancy and its side effects thanks to newly developed ‘detachable wombs,’ which sounds…horrific.

Nov 01 11:18

Travis Tritt Cancels All Shows With Vaccine, Testing, or Mask Mandates

“I’m putting my money where my mouth is an announcing that any venue or promoter mandating masks, requiring vaccinations, or pushing COVID testing protocols on my fans will not be tolerated,” Tritt writes in the announcement.

“Any show I have booked that discriminates against concert-goers by requiring proof of vaccination, a COVID test, or a mask is being canceled immediately. Many people are taking a firm stand against these mandates around the country, and I wholeheartedly support that cause.”

Nov 01 11:15

One in three music industry jobs were lost during pandemic

One in three jobs in the British music industry were lost during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a report from trade body UK Music.

The research said there were 69,000 fewer jobs in music in 2020 than in 2019 - a drop of 35% - due to the "devastating impact" of coronavirus.

Oct 29 05:35

Dave Chappelle Says Distributors Are Cancelling His New Documentary Over Netflix Special Controversy

Dave Chappelle said during a video released on Monday that controversy over his Netflix comedy special “The Closer” is leading distributors to reject his latest documentary project “Untitled.”

The stand-up comedian noted the media has attacked him over jokes he made about the transgender community in the special.

“This film that I made was invited to every film festival in the United States and some of those invitations I accepted,” Chappelle said.

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Oct 27 08:01

Let's Go Brandon - Bryson Gray (MUSIC VIDEO) [Ft. @Tyson James & Chandler Crump]

Oct 27 07:47

‘I Said What I Said’: Chapelle Refuses To Apologize To Triggered Trans Activists

Comedian Dave Chappelle responded to the controversy around his Netflix special “The Closer,” claiming the outrage has “nothing to do with” the LGBTQ community, but is instead about “corporate interests, and what I can say and what I cannot say.”

In the new stand-up video shared Monday, Chappelle told the transgender community he’s “more than willing to give you an audience” but noted that he’s “not bending to anyone’s demands.”

“It’s been said in the press that I was invited to speak to the transgender employees of Netflix and I refused. That is not true—If they had invited me, I would have accepted it, although I am confused about what we would be speaking about,” Chappelle said. “I said what I said, and boy, I heard what you said. My God, how could I not?”

Oct 27 06:06

Nolte: Veteran Prop Master Refused Job on Alec Baldwin Film Due to Safety Concerns

Veteran prop master Neal W. Zoromski says he turned down an offer to work on Alec Baldwin’s film Rust over safety concerns.

With credits going back to 1990, Zoromski told far-left NBC News, “I turned the job opportunity down on Rust because I felt it was completely unsafe.”

To save money, Zoromski said the film’s producers (Baldwin is a credited producer) took two separate jobs — prop master and armorer — and combined them into one job.

“I impressed upon them,” he said, “that there were great concerns about that, and they didn’t really respond to my concerns about that.”

In a separate interview with the far-left L.A. Times, he described Rust as “an accident waiting to happen.”

Oct 26 11:06

Asst. Director Who Handed Alec Baldwin Prop Gun Terminated from Previous Film After Firearm Incident: Reports

Rust assistant director David Halls, who handed Alec Baldwin a prop gun moments before the fatal on-set shooting last week, was reportedly terminated from a previous film after a situation involving a firearm injured a crew member.

Halls was the assistant director on 2019's Freedom's Path when a gun unexpectedly discharged on the Arkansas set. A crew member from the sound department reportedly jumped back from the blast and incurred an injury, the film's producers told Deadline and CNN.

"Halls was removed from set immediately after the prop gun discharged. Production did not resume filming until Dave was off-site," producers told both outlets. "An incident report was taken and filed at that time."

The unnamed producers also told CNN that Halls "was very remorseful for the events, and understood the reasons he was being terminated."

Oct 26 10:28

Gun that killed Halyna Hutchins used for leisure shooting by crew the morning of the accident: report

Crew members on the movie "Rust" reportedly used the firearm involved in the death of Halyna Hutchins the morning of the fatal accident.

According to a search warrant executed by the Santa Fe County Sheriff's office, obtained by Fox News, Armorer Hanna Gutierrez Reed handled the prop gun, leaving it among others on a cart outside the set location they were filming. Assistant director Dave Halls then retrieved the gun and handed it to actor Alec Baldwin announcing that it was a "cold gun," a term used to indicate that a prop gun is safe to handle and not loaded with live ammunition.

However, somewhere along the line, there was a miscommunication and a live round was put in the weapon that discharged when Baldwin pulled the trigger, killing Hutchins and wounding director Joel Souza. TMZ previously speculated, after sources close to the set reported that the guns were sometimes used for off-time target practice, that the hobby contributed to the live-round mixup.

Oct 26 10:27

John Oliver says 'f---ing let' police officers who resist vaccine mandates quit

"Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver took aim at police officers who have yet to get the COVID-19 vaccine, encouraging them to "f---ing" quit if they don't want to comply.

"The police are supposed to be keeping the public safe," Oliver said. "That is the point of their jobs. Yet some don't seem to give much of a s--t about that."

The liberal host singled out the Chicago and New York Police Departments as falling under that category. CPD officers, he noted, resisted uploading their vaccination statuses to a portal. Over 20 officers are on a no-pay status for refusing to comply and face possible termination, the Chicago Sun-Times has reported.

Oct 26 10:20

Detectives find loose and boxed ammunition and a 'fanny pack with ammo' on Rust set where Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, as he rehearsed drawing a gun

Detectives have recovered loose and boxed ammunition and a 'fanny pack w/ammo' from the set of Rust where Alec Baldwin shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

An inventory of seized items was released by authorities but did not specify the type of ammo nor whether it included live or dummy bullets or blank cartridges.

The items included three revolvers, two boxes of 'ammo,' 'loose ammo and boxes', spent casings as well as 'a fanny pack w/ammo', according to the inventory delivered to Santa Fe County Magistrate Court.

Oct 26 06:35


In my honest opinion, Dave Chappelle’s latest comedy special The Closer wasn’t that funny. At times, there were glimpses of early Chappelle, the one that was relentlessly hilarious. However, these moments did not last long. Clearly, being funny was not Chappelle’s top priority.

The Closer was about proving a point. And it only took a few days to see this point proven to an absurd degree.

Like the vast majority of people on Earth, Chappelle believes that men have male reproductive organs and that women have female reproductive organs. That is why the word “gender” and “genitals” share the same root word.

However, this basic fact of life, which was an unquestioned, universally accepted truth only a few years ago has become taboo. Even worse, it is now considered offensive and “transphobic”. Not by regular people, but by a powerful agenda that is looking to completely redefine the meaning of gender and human sexuality in general.

Oct 26 06:09

Watch: Bill Maher Picks Sides In The Chappelle-Netflix Conflict

In Friday's episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, the show’s namesake bashed the response Dave Chappelle's Netflix special, 'The Closer' received from the left, specifically calling out NPR's review of the performance, accusing Chappelle of white privilege.

"There isn't just one true opinion. I'm a free-speech guy," Maher stated. "Now, I'm 'Team Dave,' but that doesn't mean I'm anti-trans. We can have two thoughts in our head at the same time."

Maher condemned the accusations against Chappelle, claiming that he is "transphobic."

Oct 22 06:21

JUST IN: Alec Baldwin Accidentally Shoots and Kills Crew Member on Movie Set

Alec Baldwin on Thursday accidentally shot and killed a crew member on a movie set while filming the western “Rust” in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

According to Deadline, Baldwin discharged a prop gun that killed one member and injured another.

The fatal shooting is currently under criminal investigation.

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Shades of Brandon Lee and "The Crow!"

When I worked on LOST, there was a strict policy against functioning guns on the set. They used "unguns" which were fabricated to look authentic, but could not be loaded with a real bullet or even a normal blank round. Instead, there was an electrically fired pyrotechnic charge to create the flash and smoke of a real firing. I was unable to locate the company that makes them on the web and maybe they went out of business, but again, the tragic experience during the filming of "The Crow" should have been a reminder that any gun, even a prop gun, can be a danger if mishandled.

Oct 21 05:58

Latest Hollywood Wokeism Production HUGE FAIL

One of the latest Disney’s movies called The Last Duel that stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, turned out to be an epic fail at the box office on its opening weekend, due to the fact that it grossed a small $4.8 million.

This medieval epic film innovatively incorporated woke gender politics, following the latest trends, by embracing the #MeToo movement and hiring a female screenwriter aiming to add an anachronistic feminist perspective to the screenplay originally written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.

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These "woke" productions are giant money shredders and yet Hollywood keeps cranking this crap out. People do not go to the movies or watch TV to be lectured at and indoctrinated. They want to be entertained. They want to have fun! Wokism isn't interested in people having fun.

Oct 20 10:29

Netflix CEO Now Says He ‘Screwed Up’ Defending Dave Chappelle Calling Out the 2SLGBTQQIA+ Agenda

Caving to the mutiny people have pushed within his own company, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos now claims he “screwed up” when defending comedian Dave Chappelle against the 2SLGBTQQIA+ activists outraged over his explosive stand-up special The Closer.

According to Sarandos, his defense of Chappelle should have “led with more humanity” by acknowledging the “pain and hurt” his employees were feeling due to the company’s decision to host Chappelle’s special.

“I screwed up that internal communication. I did that, and I screwed it up in two ways,” Sarandos told Variety in an interview on Tuesday. “First and foremost, I should have led with a lot more humanity.”

“I had a group of employees who were definitely feeling pain and hurt from a decision we made,” he added. “And I think that needs to be acknowledged up front before you get into the nuts and bolts of anything. I didn’t do that.”

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When did Americans get such thin skins?

Oct 20 07:20

Netflix Staff Apparently Unaware That Dave Chappelle's Comedy Special Would Include Jokes

Comedian Dave Chappelle's newest hourlong special, The Closer, pokes fun at people's pieties, sprinkled with a tenderness that Chappelle has long supplied. It's humane and irreverent and, yes, he directly deals with the criticism and cancellation attempts he's gotten from transgender activists; why wouldn't he? He's never been one to shy away from good material.

If you were reading reviews of the special, you wouldn't know that. "Too often in The Closer, it just sounds like Chappelle is using white privilege to excuse his own homophobia and transphobia," sanctimoniously declares an NPR piece, clumsily arguing that he thinks that the plight of the black man in America trumps oppression faced by all other identity groups, intimating that Chappelle is just looking for thinly veiled excuses for his own purported animus. A Daily Beast headline reads "Dave Chappelle, and the Week From Hell For Trans People."

Oct 19 06:00

Bo Burnham’s ‘Inside (The Songs)’ ineligible for comedy Grammy

The accompanying album to Bo Burnham’s Netflix comedy special Inside has been deemed ineligible for the Best Comedy Album award at next year’s Grammys.

The comedian, musician, actor and director surprised fans in May by releasing Inside, his first comedy special in five years. A month later, he shared ‘Inside (The Songs)’, an LP featuring songs from the special.

According to Billboard, the Recording Academy has decided that ‘Inside (The Songs)’ does not meet the criteria to compete in the category for Best Comedy Album at the 64th annual Grammy Awards.

The album hasn’t been shut out completely as it will compete for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media. The soundtrack for Jojo Rabbit won in the same category last year.

Oct 18 08:50

Forget cancelling provocateur Chappelle… it’s the black celebrities who disgrace their own race who REALLY deserve our ire

Instead of targeting comedy genius Dave Chappelle, we should be reserving our contempt for those black stars who diss their own people by perpetuating commonly held stereotypes while unapologetically sucking up to the ‘man’.

Dave Chappelle. Don’t you just love him? I mean, hate him? I mean, love to hate him…? Whatever. While debate still rages over whether the self-proclaimed “transphobic comedian” deserves to be persona non grata for making squillions of dollars out of telling jokes that some people may find offensive, Netflix has suspended a lowly trans employee who tweeted that Chappelle’s latest special, ‘The Closer’ was an “attack” that pitted “us [the trans community] against other marginalized groups.” Oh, dear.

Oct 17 12:37

Music Festivals Will Now Admit Unvaccinated Attendees Who Show Proof of a Negative COVID Test

By B.N. Frank

Vaccine side effects, injuries, deaths have been reported for decades. They continue to be reported about the COVID jabs as well, hence increasing American opposition to COVID vaccine mandates and lawsuits filed against them.

Some experts have also testified that the U.S. COVID death count is not being accurately reported. Businesses seem to be paying attention to all of this, including concert promoters...

Oct 17 08:21

"Foreign Is Dangerous" - China's Censors Are Banning Hollywood Films From Domestic Market

Just like American political leaders and financial giants, Hollywood has also misjudged China's intentions. After Dalian Wanda's takeover of the American production company Legendary Entertainment, some warned that Beijing was trying to subvert American audiences' opinion of China by injecting subtle Chinese propaganda into American films.

But it turns out, Beijing and President Xi had no intentions of embracing Hollywood: instead, it appears they're trying to keep Chinese consumers from absorbing Hollywood's decadent cultural values. Which is why American films have been increasingly blocked from being shown in the Chinese entertainment market in recent years.

Oct 12 12:40

Disney Documentary On Fauci Getting Brutal Reviews

The new Disney documentary on Doctor Anthony Fauci is getting some brutal reviews from viewers on Rotten Tomatoes.

The documentary features Fauci, the Biden administration’s top infectious disease specialist, and chronicles his career and rise as a public figure during the pandemic.

Disney describes the Fauci documentary as “a revealing portrait of one of our most dedicated public servants, whose work saved millions.”

Top critics on Rotten Tomatoes seem to agree with that assessment, but audience reviews have come to a different conclusion, giving an ‘audience score’ of just 2%.

Oct 05 12:14

Woke SNL PLUMMETS in ratings—season premiere down 35 percent from last year

This year's Saturday Night Live (SNL) season opener was watched by just 3.5 million viewers on Saturday, dropping 35 percent from the previous year.

The long-standing Nielsen agency released the data, which was drawn from 44 different areas. It should, however, be noted that this data is imputed and preliminary in nature, and that Nielsen will release the full data on Tuesday.

According to the New York Post, the show pulled out all the stops in order to get viewers to tune in. The show was hosted by actor Owen Wilson along with cast member Kenan Thompson. It also featured singer Kacey Musgraves, who, surprisingly, disrobed completely for her musical number, singing with only her cowboy boots and her guitar to hide her otherwise complete nudity.

These results are in line with the ratings of the last two episodes of SNL's 2020-2021 season, despite being a season opener. It also should be noted that the show's ratings were steadily sliding all throughout the previous season.

Oct 04 12:32

William Shatner will launch into space with Blue Origin on Oct. 12

Captain Kirk will boldly go where some men have gone before, on a suborbital flight aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard launch system.

Actor William Shatner of "Star Trek" fame and Blue Origin's Audrey Powers, the vice president of missions and flight operations, will fill the last two seats on the company's second crewed flight, due to blast off from New Shepard's west Texas launch site in just over a week, on Oct. 12. Rumors were swirling in late September that the 90-year-old actor would be on the company's second flight, which today's announcement confirms.

"I've heard about space for a long time now," Shatner said in a Blue Origin statement. "I'm taking the opportunity to see it for myself. What a miracle."

Shatner and his crewmates will fly just shy of three months after New Shepard's first crewed flight, which carried the company's founder, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, and three other passengers on a 10-minute flight that reached 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) in altitude.

Oct 04 07:26

Hollywood Stageworkers Consider First Strike In History In Threat To "Cripple" Content Studios

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, one of Hollywood's most prominent unions, is eyeing a strike.

In what could be a massive blow to movie and TV studios, many of whom are still trying to deal with fallout from the pandemic, the union's leaders have hit an impasse while seeking shorter working hours as part of a new contract, Bloomberg reported Thursday.

The request has been in response to longer hours that have become the norm since Covid shut down a large portion of the industry.

The union has a membership of about 60,000, most of whom are based in Los Angeles. They are threatening to walk off the job, should the union's leadership - which is countrywide - decide. This means that a strike would affect studios across the U.S., not just in Los Angeles.

In total, 1 million jobs "directly tied to film and TV production" could be affected.

Sep 30 06:08

The Vax-Scene - The Box Set

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You're not funny any more, Stephen.

Sep 29 08:32

Broadway show to be held for “black-identifying” audiences only – and they’ve figured out how to make it legal

Broadway has announced that only whites will be allowed to attend Chicago in a special series of “white only” performances next month. The announcement sparked a great deal of controversy…oh, never mind.

What in fact did happen is that producers of a “critically acclaimed” Broadway show Slave Pay announced they would hold performances for a limited engagement in November for “Black identifying” people only, Breitbart News tells us.

Yes, this is 2021 and it may as well be 1963 since we have apparently rewound the time machine back to when everything was about race. Dr. King must be rolling in his grave.

According to Breitbart, the show was nominated for 12 Tony Awards however garnered none during the clearly racist awards ceremony that took place last week.

Sep 27 06:49

Fauci Flop? New Documentary About COVID Czar Fails To Disclose Box Office Results

A new documentary called "Fauci," released by National Geographic Documentary Films two weeks ago, honors Dr. Anthony Fauci's work to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic and COVID-19 pandemic. Since the release two weeks ago, there's been no data on ticket sales by major film sites, according to Just The News.

The new documentary was released in theaters across York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, D.C., and New Orleans on Sept. 10. No major film site, including RottenTomatoes.com, Boxoffice Pro, IMDB.com, and BoxOfficeMojo.com, has calculated ticket sales or earnings for the film.

The documentary "follows the renowned infectious disease specialist's work in two health crises: AIDS and the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Fauci agreed to participate as long as it didn't interfere with his work," NYT tweeted.

Shawn Robbins, the chief analyst with Boxoffice Pro, said it's "incredibly uncommon" for a major studio not to release box office earnings.

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I certainly would not watch a puff-piece about Fauci. Would you?

Sep 25 06:29

New BET movie ‘Karen’ is 2021’s most rabidly racist film, as it tries to make hating white women culturally cool

Black Entertainment Television’s ‘Karen’ is a truly toxic movie riddled with the same identity-based hate that it supposedly aims to expose. The fact it’s been made at all makes a mockery of the serious subject matter.

When people inquire about what I do for a living and I tell them I’m a film critic, they often ask, “What’s that like?” My pat answer is, “It’s better than digging ditches.”

Having suffered through the atrociously awful new BET original movie ‘Karen’, I realize that statement isn’t true, as I would’ve been better off spending that hour and a half digging a ditch in which to bury myself alive.

‘Karen’ tells the story of Malik and Imani, a young black couple who move into a mostly white suburb of Atlanta. The titular character is their white racist neighbor Karen Drexler, who’s like the creature from the white lagoon, as menacing music accompanies her every appearance on screen.

Sep 22 11:39

How the CDC used the movie ‘Contagion’ to exploit the anthrax plot and increase their staff and budgets

Newly released documents have revealed the extent of the CDC’s role in the 2011 film, and how they milked the positive publicity. But they also beg the question why they weren’t more prepared for a real pandemic, like Covid.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is one of the fastest-growing federal agencies of recent decades. In 1987, their budget was $590 million but by 2020 it had ballooned to over $8 billion, leading journalist Eric Boehm to observe, “If the agency had grown with inflation since 1987, it would have a budget of about $1.3 billion today. Total federal spending, meanwhile, has grown from a hair over $1 trillion in 1987 to $4.4 trillion last year—which means that the CDC's budget has grown faster [than] the government’s overall spending.”

Sep 21 11:01

Biden Says Children Must Be Masked, But Celebrities Are Exempt? - (Video)

The Emmys were skewered on social media as observers took notice of the lack of coronavirus safety measures, especially masks.

The 2021 awards show was one of the first to return to the typical in-person format after over a year of delayed and adjusted ceremonies like the Oscars and Golden Globes. Some of the stars in attendance on Sunday were seen on the broadcast wearing masks or observing social distancing suggestions.

Although host Cedric the Entertainer noted on the broadcast that everyone in attendance had to show evidence of vaccination, as well as test negative for COVID-19, stars like Seth Rogen, came out swinging at the lack of requirements. He wasn’t the only one.

Sep 21 05:53

Reinventing the deliciously female Jessica Rabbit is a step too far from the joyless revisionists who are destroying Disney

The news Jessica Rabbit is to be reimagined in a role “more relevant to today’s culture” confirms that common-sense has left the building at Disney, a company which now seems to focus more on virtue signalling than entertaining.

Okay, I have to admit to something that’s not exactly cool. Ready? I had a crush on a cartoon character when I was a teenager. It wasn’t Marge from The Simpsons. Nor Betty Rubble from The Flintstones. Nope.

It was Jessica Rabbit, from the late ’80s Disney flick ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’. Nightclub singer Jessica Rabbit was most definitely – voluptuously – female and, to my adolescent self, very, very sexy... er, for a drawing.

Sep 20 10:47

The Dragon Like Legs of Dong Tao Chicken

A rare Vietnamese chicken breed called the Dong Tao, prized for its delicious meat, has one of the most thickest legs usually not seen among birds of that size. This chicken breed is endemic to the Dong Tao commune in Khoai Chau district, about 30km from Hanoi. Once bred exclusively to serve the royal family and mandarins, this rare breed is now prized by chicken breeders and its meat is served in expensive restaurants that cater to the wealthy. The legs themselves are a delicacy.

Sep 17 11:52



Paleontologist Robert Bakker’s exclamation to his colleague, Jim Kirkland, on the phone back in 1991 was quite literally about a big discovery.

Digging in Gaston Quarry in Grand County, Utah, Kirkland had uncovered fossils of giant newly discovered raptor. Snout to tail, the ferocious creature would’ve been about 20 feet long and six feet tall, with long, curved, razor-sharp talons on each foot measuring nearly a foot in length.

At the time, Bakker was consulting with some of the dinosaur artists on Steven Spielberg’s upcoming Jurassic Park, and he had a problem. He knew the now-iconic Velociraptors in the movie were going to be about three times larger than they actually were — or exactly the size of Kirkland’s soon-to-be-named Utahraptor (pronounced “Utah-raptor”).

Sep 15 10:09

Biden to meet Disney chief, other CEOs in 'rallying cry' for vaccine mandates

U.S. President Joe Biden will meet on Wednesday with business leaders as he pushes companies to require workers to be vaccinated amid a surge in COVID-19 infections among those without a dose.

Participants in the meeting include the chief executives of Walt Disney Co, Microsoft Corp and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc, the White House said.

Biden last week announced here vaccine mandates for nearly all federal employees, federal contractors, and larger companies as the number of U.S. infections continued to rise, hospital beds in some parts of the country filled up and mask requirements returned.

Some Republican-led states are defying recommendations from health officials, citing economic or freedom-of-choice arguments. Biden, a Democrat, has chosen to dig in on the issue, embracing vaccine requirements despite fierce opposition.

Still, opinion polls have shown a majority Americans support some form of mandates.

Sep 15 05:57

Alec Baldwin Calls Gov. Ron DeSantis ‘The New Jim Jones’

Boss Baby star and Democrat Party activist Alec Baldwin attacked Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) as “the new Jim Jones,” comparing the governor to the cult leader, who more than 40 years ago, led the massacre at Jonestown, where more than 900 American transplants committed suicide. It was the largest loss of civilian life in U.S. history until the terror attacks of 9/11.

“DeSantis is the new Jim Jones…” Baldwin wrote, without offering any further explanation.

Sep 14 19:33

Wake Up - Ole Dammegard & Mo Anton

This is excellent!

Sep 14 14:11

Comedy Legend Norm Macdonald Dies At 61

Norm Macdonald, the greatest comedian of all time, died Tuesday after a "nine-year private battle with cancer."

Sep 08 13:07

Cinderella 2021 Is Feminist TRASH

Sep 07 13:19

FLASHBACK - Unhinged leftist Bette Middler threatens to kill unvaccinated kids

In a completely mental tweet aimed at ‘anti-vaxxers’, the unhinged Middler advocated using peanut butter on kids with allergies if they haven’t been vaccinated against coronavirus.

Normally anything coming out of her mouth is easily ignored, but this mind to keyboard splurge is a particularly hot take…

Sep 07 13:18

Monica Lewinsky Says Bill Clinton 'Should Want to Apologise' Over 90s Sex Scandal

A former White House intern who happens to have been engaged in an affair with ex-US President Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky is now one of the producers of the show "Impeachment: American Crime Story", set to hit small screens on Tuesday.

When asked about whether she feels Bill Clinton owes her an apology over the sex scandal that led to his impeachment back in the 1990s, Monica Lewinsky noted that she does not need it, but said he "should want" to apologise.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Impeachment: American Crime Story airs tonight at 10PM eastern on FX.

Sep 06 10:42

The Great Replacement Comes for Captain America: He’s Now Black. In Marvel Cinematic Universe, Whites Have No Place

The Great Replacement will not leave anything created by the Historic American Nation untouched. That includes Captain America, the quintessential Historic American. Two years after killing off the most important Marvel Cinematic Universe characters, the very white Captain America and Iron Man, in Avengers: Endgame, Disney plans a fourth theatrical release: Captain America 4. But now it will star black actor Anthony Mackie, also the lead in the Falcon and the Winter Soldier Disney + miniseries, where he was sort of a moral compass showing whites True North; i.e., how to internalize anti-white propaganda, and assist in their own dispossession.

Both projects are the creations of Malcom Spellman, who is half-black, half-Jewish and wholly anti-white:

Sep 06 07:04

Porn games are ready for their big data money shot

Nutaku claims that MindGeek has been willing to invest in it because the porn powerhouse simply wants to tap a huge, underserved market for hentai games. But a number of adult industry insiders and observers, as well as information security experts, suspect there may be another motive at play: the absolutely obscene amount of user data that companies can potentially mine out of porn games. Data is, after all, far better than cash in the bank for any modern digital company — but its rampant collection is extremely worrying for any modern digital consumer.

Sep 03 06:39


Aug 21 06:53

‘I Don’t Think Hillary Will Watch’: Producer Touts New TV Series Based on Bill & Monica Sex Scandal

FX’s new television series “Impeachment: American Crime Story”, set to air on 7 September, is based on Jeffrey Toobin's 2000 book A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President, offering a fresh glance at the public saga that involved then-President Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

A new 10-part television drama series is set to revisit the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky saga and the national controversy that emerged in its wake.

“No one, as far as we know, from the Clinton camp has seen this series,” executive producer of Impeachment: American Crime Story, Brad Simpson, said at Friday’s virtual Television Critics Association (TCA) panel ahead of the airing of the show on September 7.

Aug 20 05:30

Bard news as flakes take on Shakespeare: Globe Theatre gives audience trigger warnings over 'upsetting' Romeo and Juliet - and even provides a Samaritans helpline number for after the show

London's Globe Theatre has come under fire for giving audience members trigger warnings about 'upsetting' themes in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - and even providing a number for the Samaritans for after the show.

The Globe - which is on the site of the Bard's original playhouse - alerts the audience before performances that suicide, drug use and fake blood feature in a production of the tragedy running from June to October.

Theatre staff even provide audience members with a Samaritans helpline number and the details of mental health charity the Listening Place in case they need emotional support after watching the play.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You gotta be kidding!!

Aug 19 11:13

Late-night comedians carry water for Biden after Afghan speech

Some late-night comedians are working to deflect blame against President Joe Biden’s Afghanistan policy following the Taliban takeover of the country.

While some media outlets criticized Biden for the botched troopp withdrawal, many left-leaning comics, focused their ire on Republicans following Biden's address on Monday, where he said he stood "squarely behind" it despite the chaos that followed.

CBS’s "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert attacked former President Donald Trump for his response to Biden’s speech and ultimately defended Biden’s policies.

Aug 18 07:48

Chris Evans goes full Captain America, assembling a cavalcade of warmongering Washington avengers to discuss the Middle East

The gullible Hollywood star exposes himself to be a useful idiot for the military/intelligence industrial complex by producing a blindly orthodox new six-part discussion series on Yemen, Iran, Palestine, Syria and Saudi Arabia.

As the US limps out of Afghanistan with its tail between its legs, and millions suffer and die under the most brutal of American-induced maladies from Syria to Palestine to Yemen and across the Middle East, I implore you to fear not, as Captain America is now on the case.

Chris Evans, the movie star best known for playing the patriotic leader of the Avengers, Steve Rogers, in the multi-billion-dollar Marvel Cinematic Universe, is out to solve the world’s problems and has set his dazzling blue eyes and decidedly empty head on the mess that is the Middle East.

Aug 18 07:39

Stephen Colbert likening Capitol Hill protesters to Taliban is not just a dumb joke, but DEMONIZATION of fellow Americans

Comedian Stephen Colbert comparing the Taliban to January 6 Capitol rioters may seem silly and dumb, but when he’s joined by a chorus of Democrat activists, it becomes clear they’re really saying the quiet part out loud.

“Why should our soldiers be fighting radicals in a civil war in Afghanistan? We’ve got our own on Capitol Hill,” Colbert said during his show on Monday night, showing the photos of the January riot that Democrats like him insist was an “insurrection” against Our Democracy.

Aug 15 02:11

Jimmy Fallon Audience Cheers News of 2020 Census Showing White Population in Decline

Jimmy Fallon's audience on the Tonight Show on Thursday cheered the news of the 2020 Census showing that "for the first time in American history the number of white people went down."

Aug 14 20:43

WATCH: School Board Meeting On Masks Erupts Into Laughter At Mention of A Certain 'Highly Educated Scientist'...

Just watch this video without reading the description, you'll want to watch it a few times!

Aug 10 07:43

The Suicide Squad is a grotesque, grisly, jingoistic state-sponsored horror show propagandising US foreign policy in Latin America

James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is the latest superhero military propaganda vehicle, courtesy of the Pentagon’s Hollywood office. The result is a cynical, bloody glamorisation of US black ops in Central and South America.

The Suicide Squad is struggling at the pandemic-affected box office but has met with acclaim from critics and praise from audiences who have been largely starved of tentpole movies over the last couple of years. Despite its R-rating, ultra-violent visuals and the preponderance of depressing monologues where the various squad members outline their miserable backstories, it looks on course to be one of the best received movies of 2021.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The good news is that the film is a box-office dud.

Aug 03 06:17

Reese Witherspoon's women-centered media company Hello Sunshine is sold for nearly $1BILLION to firm backed by private-equity giant Blackstone five years after she founded it

Private-equity giant Blackstone Group Inc is set to purchase Reese Witherspoon's media company Hello Sunshine for $900million as part of a larger plan to build an independent entertainment firm.

The new media company, which has yet to be named, was formed by former Disney executives Tom Staggs and Kevin Mayer and is backed by Blackstone, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Hello Sunshine, which was founded by Witherspoon, 45, five years ago, will be the company's first acquisition.

Aug 02 07:25


Since the early 1970s the Central Intelligence Agency has granted access to their Langley headquarters to a small handful of film and TV producers to add credibility and authenticity to spy dramas—often in exchange for positive portrayals of the agency.

Jul 30 11:06

Jodie Whittaker’s torrid term in the TARDIS proves that, if Doctor Who hopes to have one, the future isn’t female

Woke showrunner Chris Chibnall cast the first female Doctor Who to ‘fix’ the show. But now they’re abandoning the franchise after the fans abandoned them. If anyone has a time machine, can they go back and stop them taking over?

If you thought that Dr. Fauci was the most hated Doctor in the world, you would be mistaken. That title belongs to Jodie Whittaker and her portrayal of the thirteenth incarnation of Doctor Who.

To Whovians around the globe, when an actor announces they are stepping down from the iconic role of everyone’s favorite Time Lord, it’s a bittersweet moment. Every Doctor has had his loyal fans who are sad to see him go. But, in the case of Whittaker, who announced she’d be stepping down from the role on Thursday, the overwhelming reaction among the Doctor Who fanbase was one of celebration.

Jul 27 12:25

Hamilton, The Musical, Will Be Getting At Least $30 Million in Federal Aid. Hamilton, The Man, Is Partly to Blame.

The past year and a half has been a trying time for the theater industry. Though auditoriums around the country used to host music, dancing, and laughter, they have now grown accustomed to silence, and perhaps even a bit of dust. Productions that were not killed outright have been on life support, clinging to desperate hopes that the pandemic will be over sooner rather than later.

One of the most famous shows caught up in this mess is the musical Hamilton. Though it has been wildly successful since its 2015 opening, the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns have forced it to go into hibernation like nearly every other show. However, as the New York Times recently reported, the musical is set to receive $30 million in federal aid, and could receive up to $50 million in total.

Jul 26 11:27

Militaries Plunder Science Fiction for Technology Ideas, But Turn a Blind Eye to the Genre’s Social Commentary

By Will Slocombe, University of Liverpool

Military planning is a complicated endeavour, calling upon experts in logistics and infrastructure to predict resource availability and technological advancements. Long-range military planning, deciding what to invest in now to prepare armed forces for the world in thirty years’ time, is even more difficult.

One of the most interesting tools for thinking about future defence technology isn’t big data forecasting and the use of synthetic training environments, but narrative and imagination. And we get this from science fiction.

Jul 26 10:36

Movie Features Lesbian Nuns disrespecting Virgin Mary

Jul 23 05:23

Welcome to 'Tamalewood!' Major studios, including Netflix and NBCUniversal, are fleeing California in favor of New Mexico to take advantage of 35% tax incentive

Hollywood is fleeing California in favor of New Mexico, enticed by the state's 35 per cent tax breaks and looser COVID-19 restrictions.

The tax incentive this year has already brought $623 million into the Land of Enchantment- or Tamalewood as the locals have nicknamed it.

Netflix and NBCUniversal both built production studios in New Mexico this year after signing deals a few years back. Netflix penned a $2billion deal to produce content in the state over the next decade while NBCUniversal committed to a $500 million deal.

Netflix's desert plateau southeast of Mesa Del Sol containing 10 new sound stages and training facilities is now the company's main North American location and one of the largest film production complexes in the country.

Jul 22 19:08

Eric Clapton Won’t Perform at Venues Requiring Proof of COVID Vax; Experienced Severe Side Effects from AstraZeneca Jab

By B.N. Frank

Vaccine side effects, injuries and deaths have been reported for decades. They continue to be reported about COVID vaccines as well, including by celebrity recipients Eric Clapton and Ben Stein. Clapton has now announced that he will not perform in venues that require proof of COVID vaccination. Go figure...

Jul 22 04:57

Eric Clapton Announces He Will Not Perform At Venues Which Discriminate Against Unvaccinated

Rock legend Eric Clapton announced Tuesday that he will not perform at venues which discriminate against the unvaccinated.

Jul 21 09:18

Oliver Stone’s new JFK assassination doc is being ignored by the MSM… a sure sign he might be onto something

The establishment media is celebrating odd, sexually charged movies at the Cannes Film Festival – yet won’t even acknowledge Oliver Stone’s foray back into the troubling case of President John F. Kennedy’s murder. I wonder why?

Last week, Oliver Stone premiered his new documentary about the Kennedy assassination titled ‘JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass’, at the Cannes festival.

You’d think that Stone, the polarizing, two-time Best Director Academy Award winner, whose filmJFK created such a furor it led to the US government passing the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, premiering a controversial JFK assassination documentary at Cannes would be very big news. You’d be wrong.

Jul 17 10:47

Songwriter Iain Archer tells MPs streaming model is unethical

But in written evidence to the DCMS inquiry, he said that even if a song he had written was streamed one million times he might only earn about £450.

"On a song such as Be A Nobody by the artist Soak, this work had 1,402,712 streams in the year 2014 for which my publisher collected £118.80," Mr Archer said.

"I am clearly severely out of pocket on the costs incurred.

"Over six years I stand to make £1,355 from this song on 5,671,142 streams.

"All the above will also be reduced by a publisher's cut, management commission and tax."

Mr Archer said that level of payment for his work was "clearly not sustainable".

Jul 13 08:33

Diversity as Cover for the Creativity Crisis

The push for diversity comes at a moment when Hollywood creativity is at a low. Almost all original ideas are considered too much of a creative risk, especially in film

So maybe one of the reasons Hollywood accepts all these diversity mandates is that this will open up a new market: remaking or remixing almost every hit movie to correct the lack there of racial diversity in the original

Disney already prints money making live action remakes of almost every one of their animated films.

The next logical step is for them to remake even somewhat recent hits but in a new kind of Technicolor — BIPOColor.

It’s not creative bankruptcy — it’s a morally much-needed diversity remastering of a film.

The “racial reckoning” provided a self-righteous cover for a black “Pretty in Pink,” “Black to the Future,” etc.

Jul 13 08:29

Abbott's Most Serious Opponent Is Hollywood Royalty

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday declared that he is taking Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey "very seriously" as a possible gubernatorial challenger.

"It doesn't matter what the name is, I take everybody very seriously, and it shows," Abbott said of McConaughey while speaking on a segment on Fox News Sunday. "I will tell you two things, and that is if you look at my polling numbers, they are very, very strong. In addition to that, I have $55 million in the bank already, and I’m a very aggressive fundraiser."

"So I will have the resources and the backing of a lot of people across the state of Texas to ensure that whoever decides to run against me, we will be able to win," the Republican governor went on to state.

Jul 07 06:30

Review: The Obamas’ Netflix Series ‘We the People’ Is a Woke ‘Schoolhouse Rock’

Imagine Schoolhouse Rock crossed with a corporate diversity seminar — along with a little acid — and you’ve got something close to Netflix’s We the People — a ten-part animated series from Barack and Michelle Obama that seeks to “reframe” how children think about the U.S. government, American history, and civic engagement.

The best that be said about this superficial civics lesson is that each episode is only five minutes long. The series brings together psychedelic animation and instantly forgettable songs to teach kids about citizenship, voting, taxes, and activism. In case you were wondering which way the political winds are blowing, the musical line-up includes left-wing stalwarts Lin-Manuel Miranda, Andra Day, Janelle Monae, and Bebe Rexha.

Jul 06 07:44

Film censors bow to snowflakes: Classic films including Rocky, Flash Gordon and Star Wars are slapped with stricter ratings to appease woke audiences

Also uprated was 1976 boxing classic Rocky, which was moved from a PG rating on video to a 12A for the 2020 theatrical re-release.

Its reclassification was due to 'moderate violence, mouthed strong language and domestic abuse', the BBFC said.

The extended edition of The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring was moved up to a 12A for its 'moderate fantasy violence and threat,' the BBFC said, bringing it in line with the other two films in the trilogy.

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back was also re-released and was classified PG for 'moderate violence and mild threat'. It had been a U film, meaning it was suitable for all ages.

The Elephant Man, the 1980 drama starring Sir Anthony Hopkins and Sir John Hurt, became 12A for 'moderate threat, upsetting scenes and injury detail'.

Jul 06 05:19

Stephen Dorff Says Comic Book Movies Ruining Hollywood, He’s Embarrassed for Scarlett Johansson

In an interview that began making waves on Monday, the “True Detective” actor told the U.K. Independent he believes his industry is turning into “one big game show.” “You have actors that don’t have a clue what they’re doing. You have filmmakers that don’t have a clue what they’re doing,” Dorff said. “We’re all in these little boxes on these streamers. TV, film – it’s all one big clusterf**k of content now.”The one-time star of the Marvel-based franchise, “Blade,” took particular aim at comic book films, saying he would never want to do a film like upcoming release “Black Widow.”

Jul 05 07:59

Netflix may be forced to make a controversial change and you are not going to like it

Netflix has always been adamant that it won't force its users to watch adverts with CEO Reed Hastings saying last year: “We’ve got a much simpler business model, which is just focused on streaming and customer pleasure.

"There’s much more growth in the consumer market than there is in advertising, which is pretty flat.”

However, financial pressures and the growing list of streaming rivals may mean Netflix is forced to change its mind.

“Although Netflix management continues to strongly dismiss the idea of advertising, we think that view will be seen as a strategic mistake if future rates of subscriber growth start to fall short of Street expectations,” said Nathanson.

Jul 01 05:34

Amazon Studios’ new ‘playbook’ makes it official: diversity – not talent, skill or merit – is what now matters in entertainment

The document is shameless in its disdain for artistry and individuality, and its zealous worship of all things woke. But if it persists in putting identity politics above art, Amazon is dooming itself to cultural irrelevance.

The entertainment industry and the art of cinema took a gargantuan step on their relentless death march into the hellscape of the woke Mordor recently, when Jeff Bezos, the Sauron of Amazon Studios, released his new “diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) playbook”.

Jun 28 18:44

NFL: "Football is Gay"

The National Football League is working to "redefine" football as "gay," "queer" and "transgender."

Jun 28 14:21

John Wayne: The Forgotten History of “The Duke”

John Wayne is an American Hollywood icon every bit the equal of James Dean or Marilyn Monroe. He is also a man from another era, a man whose conservatism came as naturally as walking down the street. Affectionately known as “The Duke,” he spent three decades as a top box office draw with 179 film and television credits to his name

Jun 25 10:10

Netflix: What Blacks Really Need in 2021 Is More Encouragement to Shoot People

In 2013, is the black gun violence Tarantino espouses really such a fascinating new phenomenon? For generations now, American media have been encouraging blacks to take violent retribution. We’re coming up on close to a half-century of whites in the media egging on black badassery.

How’s Tarantino’s macho minstrel show working out for black males, anyway?

Jun 23 13:21

Is NFL COVID “Vaccine” Policy Endangering Team Members?

By Neenah Payne

Is the National Football League endangering the lives of its players by pushing the COVID shots? There is a clear two-tier system of rewards and penalties to push compliance, but the NFL appears to be ignoring 5 key facts...

Jun 23 07:26

Ridiculous Looking Horror Movie About Racist White Woman Named ‘Karen’ is Being Brutally Dragged By Just About Everyone

A trailer for a new horror movie called “Karen” is being universally mocked by just about everyone.

The movie is about a racist white woman named… you guessed it… Karen.

The title character is played by Taryn Manning of Orange is the New Black.

Jun 23 07:11

"Utopia" - Amazon Show Plot Featured Fake Virus, Global Vaccine Program To Sterilize World Population

An Amazon series released at the height of the COVID pandemic revolved around a plot where a virus is deliberately released and then a vaccine offered to a terrified public as a form of population control.

Utopia is a remake of the UK Channel 4 series originally released in 2013 and stars Jessica Rothe, Rainn Wilson, and John Cusack.

The plot centers on a group of comic book fans who discover an unpublished manuscript for a graphic novel which turns out to be a real life plot to fake a global pandemic in order to thin the earth’s population.

People are killed or poisoned to convince them that the virus is real before a traumatized population is convinced to take a vaccine which sterilizes the vast majority of them, lowering the planet’s population to just 500 million people total in a single generation.

The comic book fans are hunted down by a shadowy deep state organization after attempting to expose the conspiracy.