LIBERAL HOLLYWOOD SUFFERS Worst Summer For Movies In 25 Years

Liberal Hollywood has shot themselves in the foot thanks to their disgusting display of hate for President Trump.

Summer box office tickets are where the big bucks generate from the movies released between May and September. However the summer of 2017 has resulted in an unexpected drop that hasn’t been seen in over 25 years. Sadly this drop has absolutely nothing to do with the quality of the movie and everything to do with the actors involved. Liberal Hollywood has decided to use every award show as a platform to openly bash the president and his administration. The only problem is, America could care less what the overpaid elite have to say about suffering in the country, what do they know of suffering? Playing the role of a poor minority doesn’t mean that when you go home to one of your million dollar mansions that you have any idea of what the lower class is going through and the fact that celebrities believe that to be true is nothing more than insulting.

Meryl Streep, Robert DiNero, Modanna, Katy Griffin, and Ashley Judd are just a few of the liberal Hollywood elite who’ve disgraced themselves and America through outrageous speeches that call for treasonous behavior.

Liberal Hollywood

Maybe now that their income is being affected America won’t have to listen to the opinions of people who need to learn when to keep their mouths shut. Probably not.


As Hollywood wraps up the all-important summer box-office season this Labor Day weekend, a sobering reality has gripped the industry.

The number of tickets sold in the United States and Canada this summer is projected to fall to the lowest level in a quarter-century.

The results have put the squeeze on the nation’s top theater chains, whose stocks have taken a drubbing. AMC Theatres Chief Executive Adam Aron this month called his company’s most recent quarter “simply a bust.”

Such blunt language reflects some worrisome trends. Domestic box-office revenue is expected to total $3.78 billion for the first weekend of May through Labor Day — a key period that generates about 40% of domestic ticket sales — down nearly 16% from the same period last year, according to comScore. That’s an even worse decline than the 10% drop some studio executives predicted before the summer began. –LA Times

Breitbart – Even before this catastrophic Labor Day weekend is factored in (more on this below), the domestic 2017 box office is in hideous shape. This year is –6.3% behind 2016 and continues to fall behind 2015, 2013, and 2012.

If you figure in inflation, those numbers are even worse. For example, in 2012 the average ticket cost $7.96. Today it is almost a full dollar more at $8.89. Yeah, things are that bad and will look even worse on Tuesday.

With no apparent faith in their own product, this is the first Labor Day in 25 years where a new title has not been released on more than 1,000 screens. Over this weekend last year, the box office hauled in nearly $130 million. This year will do about a third of that.