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There are plenty of winners & losers this summer when it comes to the entertainment industry. But only two winners and two losers make the cut when it comes to columns like this. And the following list features the topics that have made the cut so far this summer.
There’s no doubt that the American entertainment industry has followed its news media peers in going further and further to the left. But in a refreshing twist, Warner Bros. has decided not to go this route with their revival of the iconic cartoon franchise Looney Tunes. Instead of doing a politically correct retooling of pander to millennial progressives who get offended at everything as Warners’ Cartoon Network brand did recently, the studio decided to go back to what made characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Porky Pig so beloved in the first place as seen from this sneak peek:
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This is the kind of humor America needs, now more than ever. And it’s good to know that the people behind these new shorts understand that changing a familiar franchise to suit the needs of the far-left is not the way to go. This revival definitely has a lot of potential, and Warner Bros. is a Winner as a result.
The 1997 Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones sci-fi comedy movie Men in Black was one of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s most successful releases of the year at the time of its debut, and led to the creation of a multimillion dollar franchise which includes an animated TV series and two sequels. But unfortunately, the spinoff film Men in Black International, starring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, decided to go woke on its audience and bombed at the box office as a result.
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Critics were brutal when writing about the film. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal...
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