• Pentagon Will No Longer Support Movies, TV Shows Censored By China

    July 10, 2023
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    It’s no secret Hollywood has long coveted the Chinese market and has gone as far as re-editing movies to appeal to Chinese audiences.

    When Iron Man 3 was released 10 years ago, the filmmakers created a version of the movie specifically for China, in which Tony Stark travels to the country for heart surgery and it is revealed that the source of his power is Gu Li Duo, an inner Mongolian milk drink.

    More recently, the flags of Taiwan and Japan were notably absent on Tom Cruise’s jacket when the first trailer for Top Gun: Maverick was released in 2019. At the time, the Chinese tech firm Tencent Holdings was helping finance the film. The Taiwanese and Japanese flags mysteriously reappeared after Tencent backed out of the production...

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    AbsurdlyCritical

    The irony is the woke crap Hollywood cranks out is unpopular in China anyway. It is ashame the Pentagon itself went woke because it could do the entertainment sector and audiences a huge favor if instead of not supporting films and shows censored in China if it instead ignored China's reaction and instead said it wasn't going to support woke films. Then we'd be getting somewhere.

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