Hollywood 2017 down to lowest box office draw since 1992

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Hollywood 2017 summer blockbusters have been a bust

Hanks, Cruise, Johansson, Depp and Ferrell could save them


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Hollywood 2017. Liberal Hollywood is going down the tubes so fast that 2017 could be the lowest box office since the year such movies as “Basic Instinct,” “A League of Their Own” and “Wayne’s World” were released. Americans are tired of Tinsel Town celebrities irrationally placing their political ideologies ahead of credible business ethics. It’s to the point that the millions of citizens are no longer offended or feel isolated by Hollywood’s ‘politically correct’ games and narratives.

In the past two weekends, the movie “Detroit” earned only $7.7 million. This follows the same trends as “The Dark Tower,” “King Arthur,” Transformers 5,” “Pirates of the Caribbean 5,” “Monster Trucks,” “Life,” “Baywatch,” “Chips,” and “Rough Night”—all box office flops.

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Tom Cruise’s “The Mummy,” Scarlett Johansson’s “Ghost in the Shell,” Tom Hanks’ “The Circle” or Will Ferrell in “The Office” didn’t help. “Nut Job 2” will likely be the historical biggest loser of a wide release of over 4,000 theaters for a studio movie. It barely made $8 million over the weekend.

Legendary director Steven Spielberg tried to advise the movie industry several years ago that relying on major blockbuster would be a mistake.

“That’s the big danger, and there’s eventually going to be an implosion — or a big meltdown,” Spielberg said. “There’s going to be an implosion where three or four or maybe even a half-dozen mega budget movies are going to go crashing into the ground, and that’s going to change the paradigm.”

Below is a list of Hollywood stars and other entertainers many movie goers and music fans are boycotting because of their outspoken liberal views.

Hollywood liberals love to voice their political opinions as if they relate to the everyday, average American. They hold themselves on an elite level, and act like we worship them. While many people are starstruck by celebrities, they only exist because of us. Once we turn off our televisions, boycott their movies, or not attend their performances, they cease to exist.


50 Cent

Jake Gyllenhaal

Melissa Etheridge

Alec Baldwin

James Cromwell

Melissa Gilbert

Alyssa Milano

James Taylor

Meryl Streep

Amy Schumer

Jane Fonda

Michael Douglas

Ashley Judd

Janeane Garofalo

Michael Moore

Barbra Streisand

Jason Bateman

Mickey Rourke

Ben Affleck

Jason Biggs

Mike Farrell

Ben Stiller

Jennifer Lopez

Miley Cyrus

Bette Midler

Jenny McCarthy

Neve Campbell


Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Nicole Kidman

Bill Maher

Jessica Lange

Oliver Stone

Bruce Springsteen

Jim Carrey

Orlando Jones

Cameron Diaz

John Cusack

Rob Lowe

Carole King

Jon Stewart

Rob Reiner

Charlie Sheen

Joss Whedon

Robert De Niro

Chelsea Handler

Kanye West

Robert Redford


Kathy Griffin

Rosie O’Donnell

Chevy Chase

Kevin Bacon

Russell Brand

Chris Rock

Kevin Spacey

Sam Waterson

Connie Britton

Kim Kardashian

Samuel L. Jackson

Danny Glover

Krya Sedgwick

Sarah Silverman

David Simon

Larry Wilmore

Sean Penn

David Spade

Lea DeLaria

Seth MacFarlane

Debra Messing

Lena Dunham

Snoop Dogg

Don Cheadle

Leonardo DeCaprio

Spike Lee

Ed Asner

Loretta Swit

Stephen Colbert

Ellen DeGeneres


Susan Sarandon


Marilyn Manson

Ted Danson

George Clooney

Mark Ruffalo

Tim Robbins

George Lopez

Martin Sheen

Warren Beatty

Jackson Browne

Matt Damon

Whoopi Goldberg

Jada Pinkett Smith

Melanie Griffith

Will Smith


3 Comments on "Hollywood 2017 down to lowest box office draw since 1992"



  3. Has nothin to do with politics its the lack of diversity and single Jewish white Men running hollywood period

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