Madonna sits in a bath tub, waxing philosophical about the COVID-19 pandemic. Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Jimmy Fallon, and a flaccid phalanx of celebrity attention-junkies sing John Lennon’s “Imagine,” while a girl on TikTok throws down a generational toilet-licking challenge. This is why we MUST have celebrities. Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green sing […]
In 2019, backlash about “The Hunt” from President Trump and many others, got the movie aborted before distribution. In March, it will finally hit theaters, this time promoted as unbiased political satire, rather than a film about liberal elites slaughtering “deplorables”. The screenwriters just don’t understand why Trump supporters would be offended, and wish the […]
When Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford use their celebrity platform to trash President Trump — and thus half of their movie audience — they spit in the face of the people gave them that platform. But times have changed since Jimmy Stewart graced us with his all-American characters and personal life to match, and it […]
Ricky Gervais tells Hollywood celebrities to skip the political lecture: “you know nothing about the real world.” He then instructs them to “come up here, take your award, thank your agent and your God, then get the f*#@ off the stage.” And that was just the beginning of an epic take-down of these hypocrites at […]
Stephen Green recounts a long list of Hollywood remakes that flopped and brought shame to the name of their successful originals. Just this month, re-boots of Charlie’s Angels, The Shining and Terminator stank up the silver screen.
Pilgrims to the former entertainment capital of the world find that California dreamin’ today means they’ll live in a pod, wade through a sewer and try to avoid the plague.
CNN’s anchor and political correspondent, Dana Bash, signs on as a consulting producer for the new NBC drama ‘The Hill’, that focuses on “the supercharged intersection of media and Capitol Hill where everything is transacted: information, sex, love, fame and power.” This intersection of CNN and Hollywood gets trumpeted in Variety.com, an entertainment industry ‘trade paper’. Is this a conflict of interest for CNN, or just a way for the veteran journalist’s credibility to enhance the accuracy of the fictional drama series?
Are man-made climate change warriors blind to the obscene optics of 100+ private jets — bearing aloft the children of privilege and celebrity — flying in to Google’s Camp where they can decry the evils of the carbon emissions which doom the planet? Apparently, they are. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott consider the motives — and tone deafness — of people who claim to care about a cause as they do exactly that which maximizes the problem they’re fighting.
Major Hollywood Progressive actor Meryl Streep publicly rejects the term “toxic masculinity” as bad for all, not just for men. She notes that “women can be pretty f-ing toxic too.” Is this a watershed moment that signals more civil dialogue from Hollywood, or will Streep’s Progressive friends blackball her for engaging in free speech?
Alabama state lawmakers pass an abortion ban in hopes of a Supreme Court challenge that overturns Roe v. Wade.. Critics says the pro-life law could spur Hollywood to stop the flow of cash to the state’s growing film business, and cost millions in legal bills. Is this bad timing for Republicans running in 2020, or should President Trump wave this banner all the way to a second term?
As Hollywood slides into politically correct irrelevancy, a new wave of content creators, some armed with little more than an iPhone, capture the imagination of the American public. Politics is downstream from culture, and Bill Whittle explains the tectonic shift driven by the democratization of content production.
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Bill Whittle says we’re watching the demise of the cultural institution that — more than any other — has shaped the American mind. With Stephen Green and Scott Ott, Bill considers the impact of the death of Hollywood, and what will take its place. Mentioned in this video: Epic Rap Battles of History https://www.youtube.com/user/ERB Brian […]