Major Hollywood Studio Apparently Done Making Films for ‘White Christian Trash’

This is what Hollywood thinks of Christians and people of Faith:  The worst of the worst—DISNEY.

“During the panel, Walden expressed that Disney had passed on several projects which did not fulfill these inclusion criteria. The Hollywood Reporter reported on one in particular Disney passed on. “Walden cited an example of receiving a script centered on a white family with the assumption that the diversity would come with the neighbors,” the outlet wrote. Walden declared that that film did not qualify. “Pass. That’s not going to get on the air anymore because that’s not what our audience wants. That’s not a reflection of our audience, and I feel good about the direction we’re moving,” she said.

Upon reading Fox News reporter Joseph Wulfsohn’s tweet on Walden’s comment, Cole revealed similar but more explicit words from another Hollywood studio. Cole responded, tweeting:

Cole also wrote, “Hollywood is a place filled with the worst people who somehow think they hold the moral high-ground about what gets made while raping girls and molesting small children.” Well that’s quite the indictment. At the very least there is a lot of immorality in Hollywood. Think of Weinstein, Woody Allen, and all the immoral anti-Christian perversion shown in films these days.”

By buying, promoting or attending a Disney movie or theme park you are financing hate—hate against values, principles and Christians.  Disney is now a promoter of hate and racism

Major Hollywood Studio Apparently Done Making Films for ‘White Christian Trash’

Gabriel Hays, Newsbusters,  4/16/21 

With all this push for Hollywood “diversity” one often wonders if Hollywood has a vendetta against traditional standards of movie making. According to one insider, that’s exactly the case for at least one major studio. Sci-fi author Nick Cole, co-author of the Galaxy’s Edge series, claimed that during a pitch meeting, a major Hollywood studio passed on a recent project he had been working on, citing the fact that they’re done producing content for “White, Christian, Trash.”

Oh wow, that’s a hell of a way to say it. Perhaps this is the sentiment underlying Hollywood’s spate of inclusivity-over-everything pledges they’ve made in the past few years.

In fact Cole said as much, revealing his insider knowledge in response to a report on a recent Hollywood film studio panel, during which Walt Disney Television Chairman of Entertainment Dana Walden talked about TV projects it had passed on for not being “inclusive” enough.

Walden prompted the discussion by mentioning ABC’s “inclusion standards” that were rolled by the company last September. Pop culture outlet Bounding Into Comics listed several of these standards which ABC content would need to strive to fulfill: “50% or more of regular and recurring written characters come from Underrrepresented Groups;” “50% or more of regular and recurring actors come from Underrepresented Groups;” “Secondary Characters: Meaningful inclusion of Underrepresented Group as secondary or more minor on-screen individuals, including background characters.” 

During the panel, Walden expressed that Disney had passed on several projects which did not fulfill these inclusion criteria. The Hollywood Reporter reported on one in particular Disney passed on. “Walden cited an example of receiving a script centered on a white family with the assumption that the diversity would come with the neighbors,” the outlet wrote. Walden declared that that film did not qualify. “Pass. That’s not going to get on the air anymore because that’s not what our audience wants. That’s not a reflection of our audience, and I feel good about the direction we’re moving,” she said.

Upon reading Fox News reporter Joseph Wulfsohn’s tweet on Walden’s comment, Cole revealed similar but more explicit words from another Hollywood studio. Cole responded, tweeting:

Cole also wrote, “Hollywood is a place filled with the worst people who somehow think they hold the moral high-ground about what gets made while raping girls and molesting small children.” Well that’s quite the indictment. At the very least there is a lot of immorality in Hollywood. Think of Weinstein, Woody Allen, and all the immoral anti-Christian perversion shown in films these days.

What gives them the right to call traditional moviegoers trash?

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Comments

  1. CriticalDfence9 says

    Hollywood CAN, and WILL, go to hell…

    We haven’t gone to,a movie in a theater in over five years and haven’t missed it a bit…

    Hit these immoral jackasses in the wallet.,because that’s the only,thing they care about… Well, money and sex, and Harveywood is indicative of that damning indictment on the sewer-culture that pervades Hollywood and much of Southern California as a result…

  2. Dr. W. Trent Saxton says

    Love thy neighbor as you would thyself. They’re going to need your warm thoughts sooner than later. HE is coming…I grow impatient.

  3. D. Pedrow says

    My family also stopped going to movie theaters quite a while ago. We made the conscious decision to stop supporting major studios, crazy and extremist actors, writers, producers and directors. Liberalism and the “anything is allowed for us” attitude in Hollywood has destroyed an industry. The actors really do think that they can “punish” an entire state if they do not agree with that states policy. (Cue Will Smith). Shaking my head in amazement at the morally-bankrupt yet so self-deceived actors from Hollywood.

  4. As far as I am concerned it already has gone to hell. Most of the crap they produce is hardly worth watching.

  5. So, at least 50% of characters and those playing them have to represent, what, 5% of the population? (Wild guess, I have no idea what percentage of the population is delusional.) Great marketing strategy.

  6. Otis Needleman says

    Who in their right mind would watch the garbage Hollywood puts out now? Funny, the “white Christian trash” still have an awful lot of disposable income to spend. Nice to know Hollywood doesn’t want or need any of such people’s money. I’ll just keep my money in my pocket.

  7. JLSeagull says

    I find it hard to believe they aren’t pushing for “equity”. That way, 12% would be black, 18% Hispanic, 6% Asian, less than 2% Native American. The same percentages would apply to basketball, football, baseball, hockey, etc.

    And they are not talking only about big box movies but TV series and individual programs as well, not to mention TV ads. Have you noticed the prevalence of interracial couples/families on TV ads recently? vIt must be approaching 50%.

  8. Hollywood has no use for the normal and morally grounded but, that’s ok, it’s mutual.

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