Hollywood, "Sex Abuser Central", in Steepest Financial Decline In Modern Times
Hollywood Reporter, the pro-homosexual liberal newspaper, reports:
"By the time Labor Day weekend wraps, summer box-office revenue in North America will end up being down nearly 16 percent over last year, the steepest decline in modern times and eclipsing the 14.6 percent dip in 2014. It will also be the first time since 2006 that summer didn't clear $4 billion.
That's according to comScore, which is predicting that revenue will end up at roughly $3.78 billion (a 15.7 percent decline). Attendance also plummeted, and is almost assured of hitting a 25-year low in terms of the number of tickets sold, according to Box Office Mojo.
...........Summer titles that all-out bombed domestically include King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and The Dark Tower, which kicked off an especially brutal August.
Another sore point was R-rated comedies. Baywatch, The House and Rough Night all bombed despite impressive star wattage. The only film to break the R-rated curse was Malcolm D. Lee's Girls Trip, from Universal and producer Will Packer, which has earned $108.1 million to date, " reported Hollywood Reporter.
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate said: "This Hollywood crowd cheers rapists and give lowlife predators a standing ovation. Other Hollywood figures attack President Donald Trump over his efforts to defend and protect Christians. Still others deride Christians and mock moral values. God willing their revenues will continue declining like the National Football League revenues have declined over that group's attacks on the American flag."