Yet another overhyped, overproduced and overly expensive Marvel superhero movie is hitting theaters, and not only does that mean we get another shallow theatergoing experience, it means we are also getting some choice woke propaganda along with it.
But don’t complain about it unless you want to be called “ignorant” by actress Angelina Jolie.
Marvel’s latest comic book movie entry The Eternals, released on November 5, includes a scene depicting homosexual marriage. The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the scene, reporting, “In one scene, the character, Phastos (played by Brian Tyree Henry), and his on-screen husband, Ben (Haaz Sleiman), share a passionate kiss.”
The outlet also reported that “sources suggest” that due to the inclusion of the homosexual kiss, “Middle East countries including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait,” have “banned” the film.
These countries wanted the offending scene (and others) edited from the film but as Hollywood outlet Deadline reported, Disney and Marvel didn’t want to chop up their film that bad, so they all agreed to just drop them from those territories.
Actress Angelina Jolie, who plays superhero “Thena” in the film, could not stomach the thought that other groups of people don’t see two men in marriage together as a beautiful and valid thing. Who’s to say that two men can’t make a family?
Well, simple biology of course, but that shouldn’t get in the way of the good feelings of inclusivity that are manifested by trying to force such unholy unions.
During a press roundtable for the new film, Jolie lamented the situation, saying, “I’m sad for [those audiences]. And I’m proud of Marvel for refusing to cut those scenes out.” Yeah it’s really sad, isn’t it, that millions of people in the middle east don’t get the political lectures we get here?
Jolie added, “I still don’t understand how we live in a world today where there’s still [people who] would not see the family Phastos has and the beauty of that relationship and that love.”
Look, Angie, no one’s saying that there’s no romantic attraction and affection possible between two gay men, but to suggest it’s even remotely close to the same love and dignity present in a complementary heterosexual marriage that is designed to bring children into the world is a grave error.
And for Disney and Marvel to use its popcorn movies in a subversive ways (as they love to do) to convince kids that homosexual marriage on par with actual marriage is destructive and evil.
She then blamed people who are tired of being force fed constant Hollywood propaganda they disagree with, adding, “How anybody is angry about it, threatened by it, doesn’t approve or appreciate it is ignorant.” Oh thank you, ma’am. Never mind, we will try to appreciate every bit of Hollywood’s propaganda. You all know better than everyone else.