Disney’s decision to delay the release of its live-action “Snow White” movie has conservatives rejoicing and liberals fuming. Finally, a victory for common sense! The original release date of March 22, 2024, has been pushed back a whole year, to March 21, 2025. It’s about time Disney realized that we have better things to do than watch their woke reimagining of a classic.
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But the delays aren’t the only exciting news. Variety recently released a sneak peek of the film, and guess what? They’ve swapped out the diverse cast for CGI dwarf characters. Finally, a return to the good old days when Snow White had a bunch of tiny white dudes to take care of. It’s a small victory (pun intended), but for conservatives who are tired of forced diversity, it’s a step in the right direction.
And speaking of pushing back against liberal agenda, even “South Park” has taken aim at Disney’s declining movie quality. In a recent episode titled “Joining the Panderverse,” they hilariously replaced all the main characters with minority women to mock the film industry’s ridiculous woke trends. They even called out Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, the mastermind behind the disastrous Star Wars sequel trilogy. It’s good to see that even the creators of “South Park” are tired of liberal nonsense.
But the hits keep coming for Disney. Their movie “Magazine Dreams” featuring Jonathan Majors has also been postponed, and this time it’s not just because of woke ideology. Majors is facing charges of misdemeanor harassment and assault. It seems like Hollywood’s obsession with virtue signaling has finally caught up with them. Maybe they should focus on making good movies instead of promoting actors with questionable behavior.
Overall, Disney’s decision to postpone these movies is a win for conservatives who are tired of being force-fed liberal propaganda. We can only hope that this is a sign of things to come and that other studios will follow suit. Maybe one day, we’ll get back to a time when movies were about entertainment and not pushing a political agenda. Until then, we’ll celebrate every small victory along the way.