Hollywood Liberals Force Director To Apologize For New Movie Because It’s TOO WHITE
According to Hollywood standards now, if a movie is “too white,” the film directors must publicly apologize.
“Gods of Egypt” bowed to the gods of political correctness when its producers apologized for making the film “too white.”
A fantasy movie about mythical Egyptian gods at war, starring Scotsman Gerard Butler (from the movie “300”) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, a Danish actor who played Jaime Lannister on “Game of Thrones,” the film is certainly not based on any semblance of reality.
It’s hilarious seeing Hollywood eat their own.
The movie will probably bomb because of all of this phony outrage.