It looks like woke companies, like Disney, will be looking to re-weave a tangled web and venture back into previous galaxies “far, far away” in order to try and actually do something they used to do on a pretty regular basis before they began alienating audiences with woke garbage — turn a profit.
Apparently, both Disney and Sony have seen such a fall in theater profit over the last few years — both because of woke content and some theaters being shut down during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic — that they are resorting to re-releasing unwoke movies that people actually liked over the last 15-20 years.
Disney will be re-releasing both 2009’s “Avatar” and 2016’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” while Sony’s re-releasing 2021’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home — The More Fun Stuff Version.”
Maybe I’m a little too critical, but what a horrible re-release title for “Spider-Man.”
According to Newsmax, here’s part of the reasoning for the moves:
Total U.S. box office sales plummeted from $11.3 billion in 2019 to $2.1 billion in 2020, according to Box Office Mojo. While moviegoing rebounded to $4.5 billion in 2021 and has raked in $5.0 billion year-to-date in ‘22, profits are nowhere near what they were.
Maybe if studios like Disney and Sony, who ironically own the “Marvel” and “Star Wars” franchises and studios, understood what their audience wants instead of constantly slamming them for their justifiable criticisms, they could maybe one day turn a profit again.
People want to have a reason to go to the movies, but the studios who are so lazy that they shove nostalgia acts at their audiences while preaching their wokeisms seem to be content just using previously loved “brands” to push their agenda.
Be awake, Hollywood. Not woke.
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