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Now They’re Saying Santa Should Be Black – Mark Dice VIDEO

December 13, 2021

Santa Inc – The Most Hated Show On TV? – The Critical Drinker VIDEO

December 6, 2021

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Seth Rogen in Public Meltdown Over Santa Inc. Reviews – Paul Joseph Watson – VIDEO

December 6, 2021

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Hollywood blowhards trigger blowback on their movie premieres

November 23, 2015

Arrogant, big-mouthed, divisive Hollywood blowhards took a massive hit at the American box office this weekend. The highly-anticipated fourth and final chapter of “The Hunger Games” should have been bullet-proof. But after star Jennifer Lawrence used the film’s publicity tour to trash Christians and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, “Mockingjay – Part 2″ is under-performing in a way no box office analyst had predicted.

Put that in your pipe and smoke it Seth Rogan!

October 24, 2015

“Steve Jobs” didn’t just bomb this weekend, it BOMBED. Although director Danny Boyle’s biopic sits in nearly 2500 theaters and was predicted to clear around $12 million, according to Deadline, by Monday the $30 million film (closer to $60 million with distribution costs) will bottom out at $7 million.

It wasn’t supposed to be like this.

Not even close.

First there was the pedigree: an Oscar-winning director, an Oscar-winning screenwriter, and a biopic subject who is also a national brand.

SONY to release ‘The Interview’ – Kim Jung Un to throw temper tantrum, hold breath until he turns blue

December 23, 2014

It seems that Sony will be releasing their film The Interview after all.

After announcing they would not distribute the film following the reluctance of many theaters to run the picture in the aftermath of a terrorist threat from hacking organization Guardians of Peace, Sony has now decided to allow the film to play in selected theaters and on video on demand on Christmas.

The studio released a statement on Tuesday confirming the news

Kim Jong-Un has his panties in a wad over movie ‘The Interview’

December 17, 2014

The dominoes fell swiftly Tuesday. The group behind the massive Sony hacks released another cache of confidential information, threatening violence against movie theaters that dare play the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy The Interview. Soon both actors canceled the rest of their promotional appearances for the film, and Sony told theater chains that it “wouldn’t object” if they chose to drop the film due to safety concerns. Carmike Cinemas was the first company to take Sony up on its offer, with Landmark Theatres calling off the movie’s New York premiere hours later.

As an event, it’s unprecedented: a cyberattack has rocked a major corporation in the most public of ways, and is now dictating the release of a major motion picture in the United States. And yet the studio still has one card tucked in its back pocket.