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Following SJW ‘Ghostbusters’ Disaster, Next Feminists Will Ruin ‘Oceans 11’

Posted on | August 10, 2016 | Comments Off on Following SJW ‘Ghostbusters’ Disaster, Next Feminists Will Ruin ‘Oceans 11’

The feminist desecration of Ghostbusters will lose $70 million for Sony Pictures, according to current estimates. The misconceived and badly executed political travesty opened at #2 at the box office its first week, but dropped rapidly to #5 the second week, #8 last week and is likely to fall from the top 10 by next week. Although it has made back its $144 million production budget, the massive publicity blitz for Ghostbusters made $300 million the break-even point and, with current estimates of a final worldwide gross of $230 million, that means Sony lost $70 million on this expensive, overhyped, hateful anti-male propaganda film.

There will be no sequel to the SJW Ghostbusters, but Sony’s feminist failure won’t prevent Warner Brothers from trying the same trick:

The “Ocean’s Eleven” reboot is getting even more interesting, thanks to the addition of more A-list cast members. Deadline reports that Anne Hathaway, Rihanna and Awkwafina are in negotiations to join previously announced Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter and Mindy Kaling in the female-led version, “Ocean’s Eight.” The picture is still casting the eighth person.
The film will be directed by Gary Ross and Olivia Milch is penning the script. No plot details have been confirmed by Warner Bros., but previous reports stated that the film is a continuation of the George Clooney-led franchise, with Bullock playing Danny Ocean’s ex-con sister. Blanchett, who will be the equivalent of Brad Pitt’s Rusty, is supposedly her right-hand woman. The premise is that they will form a team to steal a necklace from the Met Ball in order to frame a villainous gallery owner. There have also been talks of cameos from the stars of the original movies.
Warner Bros. confirmed that they would start production on the film in October in New York. “Ocean’s Eight” will be produced by Steven Soderbergh with Susan Ekins as executive producer.

Does anyone at Warner Brothers expect this to be anything other than a dismal repetition of the Ghostbusters failure? No. They are actively and deliberately planning to lose millions of dollars on this doomed turkey, just to appease the angry mobs of man-hating Marxist lesbians.

What bothers me: I actually like Anne Hathaway and Sandra Bullock, but their participation in such a project may make me hate them.





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