Egypt and Morocco Ban “Exodus: Gods and Kings”

Exodus: Gods and Kings has had a rough road. Hundreds (probably thousands) of people rose up in arms over the inaccurate casting of the film, with the hashtag #BoycottExodusMovie. The film had a lousy opening weekend and has since fallen off the map domestically. Now, the film is facing even more heat from Egypt and Morocco. … Continue reading Egypt and Morocco Ban “Exodus: Gods and Kings”

“Exodus: Gods and Kings”: Why Rupert Murdoch (and all involved) are wrong

Whenever I wonder, “What am I writing all this stuff for?” (since we all have moments of doubt), it’s news articles like the one from The Wrap that reminds me that I am doing my civic duty on my little corner of the internet by exposing the inherent racial (or blatant racial) bias in America.

Charles King Leaves WME to Create Firm for Multicultural Entertainment

I think my articles on Exodus: Gods and Kings, the Sony hack, and Ghost in the Shell say it best: Hollywood is messed up when it comes to real representation of non-whites in entertainment. Another thing it shows is that there needs to be a studio or agency that will handle films that otherwise wouldn’t get sold in … Continue reading Charles King Leaves WME to Create Firm for Multicultural Entertainment

Fantasy Casting: “Noah”

I’ve been on a tirade about Exodus: Gods and Kings, and if I’m being honest, I think I’ll always be upset about that movie. But what I’m not upset about is that the film brought in only $8.6 million its first day in the theaters. That’s exponentially less money than what the studio was expecting to make, particularly to … Continue reading Fantasy Casting: “Noah”