Black Lives Matter and Warner Bros are about to team up to create film and television projects centered on race and marxism.
According to Variety, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has inked a production deal with Warner Bros. Television Group to produce content across the company’s many multimedia platforms.
The contract includes every sort of production from animation, to scripted and unscripted projects, as well as digital projects to be aired on Warners’ streaming services, TV, and film, according to Variety. Cullors promised to push the Black Lives Matter principles into her projects.
“Black voices, especially Black voices who have been historically marginalized, are important and integral to today’s storytelling. Our perspective and amplification is necessary and vital to helping shape a new narrative for our families and communities. I am committed to uplifting these stories in my new creative role with the Warner Bros. family,” Cullors said.
“As a long time, community organizer and social justice activist, I believe that my work behind the camera will be an extension of the work I’ve been doing for the last twenty years. I look forward to amplifying the talent and voices of other Black creatives through my work.”
Cullors who is represented by CAA, is a self admitted communist who wants to ablosh all prisons in the United States as well as remove all local and federal police agencies.
With this new deal with Warner Bros, it is likely that the far-left demand of abolishing the police will make it to platforms like HBO Max and other WB owned platforms in the near future, normalizing radical ideas in America.