You wouldn’t think that a movie about the horrors of child trafficking would be something to fight. It’s a horrible situation in our world and any good effort to alert people to this nightmare and what it does to the kids involved should be supported. However, actor Jim Caviezel says during his promotion that when Disney bought 20th/21st Century Fox that they actually took issue with the movie and tried to kill it. Put in one of the 18 other studios, or let Fox release it as planned. It wouldn’t be tied to Disney directly, though given some the actions and arrests of Disney employees involving children Caviezel may be right about the why. Also, much credit for Angel Studios trying to get as many eyes as possible on this thing. I can’t afford to go but consider taking the time to do so if you can.
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The rescue of Eri by the cast in MHA is one of my favorite storylines, I’ll probably try to watch this movie too but they can be hard sits.
All-New Batman: The Brave & The Bold #7. Alan Scott is trying to convince Batman to lighten his look so he doesn’t frighten the people he’s protecting as much as he does his enemies.
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