Nothing is safe, everything you enjoy is now subject to accusations of oppression and discrimination. A YouTube show that challenges celebrity contestants to eat increasingly spicy chicken wings is now being criticized as sexist by a Tulsa media-studies professor. According to a professor of Feminist media studies at the University of Tulsa, the YouTube show Hot Ones is problematic because it “manipulates inequitable gender hierarchies.”
Some films require you to turn your brain off to enjoy, this film confiscates your brain before you enter the theatre. Skyscraper is the latest film featuring the last action star of Hollywood Dwyane Johnson as Will Sawyer, a former FBI agent who lost his leg in a rescue mission gone bad. Now he is the head of security for the most technologically advanced high-rise building in the world created by Chinese Billionaire Zhao Long Ji (Chin Han).
Palin’s post comes just days after the July 15 premiere date for Who Is America? was announced. Cohen has also suggested that Who Is America? could target President Trump and his now-closed Trump University. In another social media video, shared on July 4, Trump throws verbal jabs at Cohen from what appears to be the White House. After the words “Sacha graduates soon” appear onscreen, the video ends with the Trump University logo.
It was two years ago during the ‘controversy’ we now know as “#OscarsSoWhite” which was the jumping off point of progressive check-boxing, a problem that is destroying the film industry (among others) as we know it. What is progressive check-boxing you ask? We’ll let’s go back to 2015 to better understand.
Scarlett Johansson is once again at the center of what is shaping up to be another casting controversy. Re-teaming with her Ghost in the Shell director Rupert Sanders, Johansson is set to star in a feature called Rub & Tug, about the true-life story of Jean Marie Gill, who was assigned female at birth but who assumed the identity of a man, Dante “Tex” Gill, and operated a massage parlor and prostitution business in Pittsburgh in the 1970s and ’80s.