Hollywood is much like the politicians in Washington D.C. and the establishment media in D.C. and New York, they lie whenever they get the chance because a lie is better than the truth when you’re trying to swindle hard-working people out of their money. We’ve heard it all before, so no matter what someone from any one of the entities listed above says, don’t believe until you see it come to fruition.
That being said, it was encouraging to see a press release say that DC’s biggest character, Superman, will reincorporate “the American way” into his mission statement.
The statement was most likely a result of director James Gunn — who was brought into the DC Comic movie universe to right the ship from the studio producing drivel that no one asked for — trying to salvage what he can from what feels like a dying genre, superhero movies.
“Superman: Legacy tells the story of Superman's journey to reconcile his Kryptonian heritage with his human upbringing as Clark Kent of Smallville, Kansas,' the press release stated, according to Daily Mail. “He is the embodiment of truth, justice and the American way, guided by human kindness in a world that sees kindness as old-fashioned.”
That sounds good and all, and it’s encouraging to hear a return to his roots for the superhero of superheroes, but all to often in the last few years viewers have been duped into believing one narrative for upcoming movies only to be disappointed with a bait-and-switch, inserting the religion of woke and its tenets needlessly into the stories.
After all, remember, it was only a year-and-a-half ago that DC made Superman gay -- excuse me, "bi-sexual."
One can hope, judging by the drastic improvement that redoing a DC movie can have if you compare “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” to the highly edited flop “Justice League,” that Superman can return to the prestige he once had when helmed by actors like Christopher Reeves and Adam West.
And don’t forget, we’re going to be getting a new Superman since Hollywood studios don’t like to give people what they want, which is another Superman movie with a guy that looks more like Superman than anyone since Reeves, actor Henry Cavill. It wasn’t Cavill’s fault that he was given garbage scripts. He, himself, played the Kryptonian with distinction and clearly personally respected the role.
So again, while DC’s statement sounds good, we’ll believe it when we see it.
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