When conservatives talk about the danger of Big Media – they’re typically referring to news media.
However, entertainment media is every bit as woke and even more influential with audiences.
And now Warner Brothers is planning to celebrate a massive milestone with a special series that will have you wanting to throw your television out the window.
The Frog didn’t learn a thing from the Mouse
In recent years, Disney Corp. has come under heavy scrutiny for adding a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion agenda into its movies and shows – particularly programming intended for children.
Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has taken the fight to Disney to counter the woke mouse.
However, Disney is far from alone in Big Media’s efforts to indoctrinate its audiences with Critical Race Theory and LGBT propaganda.
Scrolling through the HBO Max catalog – soon to be known simply as Max – one will find a never-ending list of radical left-wing movies, shows, and documentaries.
Much like Disney, much of the Warner Brothers-owned woke content is intended primarily for the eyes and ears of children.
Take for instance the recently failed series Velma.
Warner Bros. took a beloved children’s character from Scooby Doo and turned her into a radical feminist lesbian.
And now audiences are finding out that was just the tip of the iceberg.
Re-imagining through an “inclusive” lens
Warner Brothers is about to celebrate 100 years of making movies – a milestone worthy of pomp and circumstance to be sure.
How are the brothers Warner planning to commemorate the achievement?
By re-releasing six of its biggest hits from the past.
Sounds innocent enough.
However, according to a press release from Warner Brothers Discovery, the classics will be remade with “representative casting, storytelling, and narrative” by a respective up-and-coming filmmaker, all of whom were specifically selected to participate by “DEI industry veterans, including WBD’s Senior Vice President of DEI in North America Karen Horne, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures executives, Visual Communications, Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, Urban World, Sundance Indigenous Lab, Outfest and ReelAbilities Film Fest.”
In other words, the movies will be re-imagined through a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion lens.
WBD is excited to ruin these six classics
“We’re absolutely thrilled to work with WBD’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team to expand opportunities for a broader range of talent to realize their dreams at Warner Bros.,” Warner Bros. Pictures Group co-chairs & CEOs Mike De Luca and Pam Abdy said in a statement released alongside the announcement. “We can’t think of a better way to celebrate this Studio’s 100-year legacy than investing in the next generation of great storytellers, and we look forward to seeing these iconic movies through their eyes.”
The classic movies Warner Brothers Discovery will be ruining are: Calamity Jane, Jack and the Beanstalk, The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Prince and the Pauper, Rebel Without a Cause, and a fourth version of A Star is Born.
And in the mind of Warner Brothers Discovery’s head of DEI – a more “inclusive lens” will make these classics even better.
“The impact of Warner Bros.’ films over the last century has been tremendous — they have shaped our culture and our understanding of the world around us,” said WBD’s Chief DEI Officer Asif Sadiq. “In celebration of the studio’s 100th anniversary, we are thrilled to empower these talented filmmakers to create a modern and diverse reimagining of these iconic productions as both a tribute to the original work and as a mechanism to remind us of the power we have to tell stories and depict people in an inclusive and fulsome manner.”
Warner Brothers Discovery is scheduled to re-launch its streaming service, Max, by the end of May.
Disney Corp. has witnessed a downward spiral in its stock price and profits since going woke and tangling with America’s Governor – time will tell if Warner Brothers Discovery faces the same fate.
Before It’s Banned will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story – before it’s banned.