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Trump Blasts ‘Liberal Hollywood’ For Being ‘Racist’

In a news conference and series of tweets, President Trump slammed Hollywood calling it “racist” and more, in addition to blasting Universal’s upcoming release of The Hunt, which features liberal elitists hunting “deplorables” for sport. “They’re treating conservatives very unfairly. Hollywood, I don’t call them the elites. I think the elites are people they go …

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Ghostbusters Reboot Producer May Let Fans See Movie For Free

Good news for Ghostbusters fans everywhere — the producer on the movie may let you go see the movie for free.

So if you are on the fence about seeing it, or even loathe the idea of Hollywood remaking another classic, no worries as you won’t have to drop a dime to go see the movie.

Actually, someone else might pay for you to go see it.

Ghostbusters reboot producer Judd Apatow recently said in an interview that he equates the Ghostbusters reboot haters with the same people that support Donald Trump. So from that we can assume he is either a Hillary Clinton supporter or a Bernie Sanders supporter. That means free movies for all, and that he doesn’t want you to pay.

“I would assume there’s a very large crossover of people who are doubtful Ghostbusters will be great and people excited about the Donald Trump candidacy,” Apatow told Uproxx. “I would assume they are the exact same people. That movie is made by the great Paul Feig and stars the funniest people on Earth, so I couldn’t be more excited. I think people have paid too much attention to just some angry trolls.”

“And it will be judged on its own greatness,” he continued. “I don’t think anything really matters the way you think it does. The movie comes out, and it will be great, and people will just be happy to have it. It’s not like anybody really cares about a couple of idiots who hold onto the idea that things never evolve.”

Marvel’s Mark Ruffalo also insinutated fans may get to see Thor 3 free as well.

We also wondering if Apatow is going to give his cut from Ghostbusters away. Are you Judd?

At least we don’t have to pay to go see Ghostbusters now.

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Kevin Smith Wasn’t A Big Fan of Batman Vs. Superman

Kevin Smith, who was actually involved in promoting Batman Vs. Superman, apparently wasn’t a big fan of the movie, particularly in regards to the story and Superman.

Smith, who will be directing an upcoming episode of The Flash, goes on to say on his podcast (via Geek Tyrant) that while the visuals of the film looked good, Superman was off (which we agree with).

“Remember before when we were talking about Flash, and that it has heart, humor, and spectacle. The movie I felt like didn’t really have a heart. It was certainly fucking humorless, there was nothing funny going on in that world whatsoever, but it had lots of spectacle. Like you can’t take that away from Snyder. Boy, he knows how to like compose a frame and how to setup a shot. Beautiful visual stylist but you need more than just the pictures, you need like characterization and these characters seemed off character, particularly Superman.”

Smith is also a big Batman fan and went on to joke about Affleck’s portrayal comparing Bruce Wayne and Batman to Donald Trump. You can listen to the podcast below.

Garman: He just wasn’t that bright.

Smith: Certainly not the world’s greatest detective! More like Bat-Trump.

Garman: He was Bat-Trump. A rich guy with a bad attitude. Who really hated immigrants.

Smith: He hates immigrants in a big bad way! 

Garman: I’m gonna build a wall around Krypton, and I’m gonna make them pay for it. I’m going to build a wall around the Hall of Justice, it’s what I do. I build walls and they’re huge.”

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Watch: X-Men: Apocalypse Donald Trump Trailer

The end is nigh?!

Mark Ruffalo seems to think so, and so does YouTube user Max Goodrich.

Check out the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer edited with footage of Donald Trump as the bad guy.

Hey, as Scott Hall once said:

Hard work pays off, dreams come true. Bad times don’t last, but BAD GUYS do.

“X-Men: Apocalypse” has a May 27, 2016 release directed by Bryan Singer starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Oscar Isaac, Nicholas Hoult, Rose Byrne, Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Olivia Munn, Lucas Till, Evan Peters, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Alexandra Shipp, Josh Helman, Lana Condor & Ben Hardy.

Synopsis:

Following the critically acclaimed global smash hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, director Bryan Singer returns with X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant from Marvel’s X-Men universe, amassed the powers of many other mutants, becoming immortal and invincible. Upon awakening after thousands of years, he is disillusioned with the world as he finds it and recruits a team of powerful mutants, including a disheartened Magneto (Michael Fassbender), to cleanse mankind and create a new world order, over which he will reign. As the fate of the Earth hangs in the balance, Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) with the help of Professor X (James McAvoy) must lead a team of young X-Men to stop their greatest nemesis and save mankind from complete destruction.

X-Men: Apocalypse Super Bowl Trailer:

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Takes Over Celebrity Apprentice From Donald Trump

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Following the dispute between Donald Trump and NBC which led to Trump being dropped from Celebrity Apprentice as well as the dismissal of his Miss USA pageant from the network, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been announced as the new host.

Below you can check out the official announcement.

 

 

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER TAKES TO THE BOARDROOM AND IS NAMED ‘CEO’ OF NBC’S ‘THE CELEBRITY APPRENTICE’

Former Governor Brings His Business Acumen, Political Expertise and Star Power to Television as the Highly Successful “Apprentice” Franchise Enters a New Phase

 

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. — Sept. 14, 2015 — Twice-elected California governor and international movie superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger has been named new host of NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice,” which will return to the network for the 2016-17 season.

Schwarzenegger served two terms as governor of California, managing more than 300,000 state employees and a state budget in the hundreds of billions. He has successfully invested in both real estate and sports franchises, and is known to millions globally for his starring role in the “Terminator” film franchise. His films, over a six-decade career, have grossed billions of dollars in worldwide box office.

The former governor will replace Donald Trump who, in his role as host of the seven seasons of “The Celebrity Apprentice,” helped raise more than $15 million for charity.

“We are thrilled to be opening a powerful new chapter in the story of the ‘Apprentice’ franchise,” said Paul Telegdy, President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment. “Arnold Schwarzenegger is the epitome of a global brand in entertainment and business, and his accomplishments in the political arena speak for themselves. It was Arnold’s personal passion for the format that Mark Burnett and Donald Trump built over the last decade, as well as his fresh take on how to take it to new heights for today’s audiences, that made him the man to hire. ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’ … will be back!”

“The Apprentice” franchise is one of the most successful reality formats in television history. In “The Celebrity Apprentice,” business-savvy celebrity contestants work in teams and are asked to perform various tasks and win challenges, all the while employing a business model that promotes teamwork and, hopefully, ends with a financially successful outcome – all for a worthy charity. Contestants are subjected to long hours, grueling deadlines, intellectual challenges, personality clashes and intense scrutiny. Each task will end in the boardroom, where contestants must account for their actions or risk being “fired” by the host until one remains.

“After leaving the show to run for political office, Donald made it clear that he wanted ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’ to be able to continue to raise millions of dollars annually for worthy causes, and now NBC and I have found an amazing new leader to do just that,” said executive producer Mark Burnett. “Gov. Schwarzenegger will use his vast and highly successful business, political and media experience to drive this hit franchise to new heights.”

Previous “Celebrity Apprentice” winners include Joan Rivers, Piers Morgan, Bret Michaels, Trace Adkins, Arsenio Hall, John Rich and Leeza Gibbons.

Always politically active, Schwarzenegger announced his candidacy for governor of California on Aug. 6, 2003 on the “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Two months later he was elected governor in a recall of Gov. Gray Davis and was then re-elected for a second time in 2006.

As governor, Schwarzenegger worked with leaders of both major political parties to address the greatest challenges facing the state. His leadership put California at the forefront of the nation in addressing climate change, pushing for the development of renewable energies, rebuilding critical infrastructure, investing in stem cell research and putting in place health care and political reforms.

Since leaving office in 2011, he has continued to promote state and local clean energy efforts by founding the non-profit R20: Regions of Climate Action. Additionally in 2013, he established the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy, devoted to seeking bipartisan solutions to environmental, economic and other public policy issues. He serves as chair of the think-tank’s board and also holds a public policy professorship at the school.

Schwarzenegger was appointed by President George H. W. Bush as Chairman of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports from 1990-93, and also served as the Chairman for the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under Gov. Pete Wilson. As an advocate for children, Governor Schwarzenegger championed the After School Education and Safety Act of 2002 (Proposition 49), which was overwhelmingly approved by voters. He authored and chaired the initiative, which is designed to make state grants available to every public middle school in California for quality after-school programs.

Schwarzenegger moved to the United States from Austria at 21 years old and was best known at the time for his bodybuilding career. He would eventually become the youngest Mr. Universe and a seven-time Mr. Olympia winner. By the age of 30, Schwarzenegger was a millionaire, well before his career in Hollywood. His financial independence came from his success as a budding entrepreneur with a series of successful business ventures and investments.

With an eye on acting, Schwarzenegger won a Golden Globe Award for the 1976 film “Stay Hungry” but would make his Hollywood breakthrough with the 1982 hit “Conan the Barbarian.” Over the next six years, he would cement his role as a huge box office star in several films, including “The Terminator,” “Twins,” “Predator” and “Kindergarten Cop.”

“The Terminator” would quickly become his best known film franchise and its popularity continues today. Most recently, Schwarzenegger starred in “Terminator Genisys,” which opened July 1 and has earned nearly $450 million globally.

“The Celebrity Apprentice” is produced by United Artists Media Group. Mark Burnett, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Page Feldman and Eric Van Wagenen are executive producers.

Schwarzenegger is represented by Creative Artists Agency and attorneys Patrick Knapp and Jacob Bloom of Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal.

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Kevin Conroy Ruins 9-Year-Old Boy’s Batman Fun

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Per the norm, the liberal Hollywood web sites and blogs blew up yesterday when a nine-year-old boy asked Donald Trump if he’s Batman.

Trump responded to the youngster with an affirmative: “I am Batman.”

The video lasted all about seven seconds, but various sites rolled with it, taking the opportunity to take jabs at presidential hopeful Donald Trump (much like the Boston Herald tried and failed when interviewing Stan Lee).

Now the latest is in regards to – “I am vengeance. I am the night. I am Batman.”-  himself, Kevin Conroy.

Conroy, known for portraying the voice of Batman in the animated movies and series, actually took to Twitter to ruin the nine-year-old boy’s fun.

Conroy tweeted a pic of himself in front of a Batman: Arkham Knight video game display adding: “I hear a guy with a big mouth & bad hair running for president claims to be Batman. Let’s be clear he is NOT Batman!”

It should be noted the boy and his parents were on the fence in regards to voting for Donald Trump, so it’s not like they were Trump supporters. I’m guessing the boy, an obvious Batman fan, knew both Bruce Wayne and Donald Trump are wealthy and decided to have some fun.

Nice to spoil it, Kevin. Keep it classy.

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Watch: Donald Trump Says ‘I Am Batman’

Billionaire presidential hopeful Donald Trump may actually be the Dark Knight in disguise.

Check out video above of Trump being asked if he’s Batman by a nine-year-old.

“Mr. Trump, are you Batman?” the boy asked.

“I am Batman,” Trump replied.

In the comics, Bruce Wayne, the alter ego of Batman, is a billionaire as well, which explains how the Caped Crusader can afford all his cool gadgets.

Maybe Trump is here to save us all as well?

Watch the clip below:

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Boston Herald Tries To Make Donald Trump Look Bad In Front Of Stan Lee — Doesn’t Work (Video)

Check out an interview above featuring Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Fantastic Four and lots more, weighing in on super heroes as well as who would win between Batman Vs. Superman.

Stan Lee is also asked about his personal heroes, in which the interviewer of the Boston Herald tells Stan Lee not to say Donald Trump. Lee questions the lady about what she just said, in which she repeats herself, “Don’t say Donald Trump.” Stan Lee seems a little taken back by the comment, states Trump is not his hero, but follows up with mention that his personal heroes are people that do things well in their every day lives. Stan Lee was quick to reply, “Donald Trump does things well. He runs his company well.”

Regarding Batman Vs. Superman, Stan Lee’s choice to win is the Man of Steel.

“Superman, I think. He’s indestructible and can do anything, and Batman relies on a few weapons,” Lee said. “The fellow who created Batman, Bob Kane, is a friend of mine, so he’d be unhappy of me saying that. But at the same time, Jerry Siegel, one of the creators of Superman, used to work for me for awhile, so I feel I have divided loyalties. But if this is real – a fight between Superman and Batman – there’s no one who should bet on Batman.”

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Donald Trump Compared To Superman Villain Lex Luthor By Jimmy Kimmel

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Superheroes  – or should we say super villains – have entered the political arena.

With only weeks leading up to the election, billionaire Donald Trump thought he offered Barack Obama an offer he couldn’t refuse.

How about The Donald donates $5 million to the charity of Obama’s choice in exchange for Obama releasing his school records, which virtually all the preceding candidates have done.

Well, Obama appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and mocked the proposal by saying that Trump isn’t over their soccer field squabbles from playing as youths in Kenya.

Later in the night on the Jimmy Fallon Kimmel Show, Kimmel continued by jabbing at Trump with mention of a certain Superman villain.

“It seems like a trap Lex Luthor would set.” Fallon said. “‘So what will it be, Superman? The orphans, or your secret identity?’”

“Donald Trump seems to think the President is a contestant in some kind of imaginary game show he’s hosting,” Fallon finished with.

Regardless, Trump still stands by the offer, and who are we trying to kid, the Lex Luthors and the super villains of the world entered the political arena years ago.

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(via THR)