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Alex Proyas, Director (screenshot)

Alex Proyas, Director (screenshot)

While Hollywood may be full of Marxist elitists, they are all cowards and prisoners to political correctness.

The Telegraph by

Gods of Egypt star Gerard Butler The makers behind the upcoming Hollywood film Gods of Egypt have apologised for casting mainly white actors . Director Alex Proyas, whose film is based on Egyptian mythology, and the studio Lionsgate both separately apologised as they acknowledged the film had caused controversy. The film has a star studded cast including Scottish actor Gerard Butler and Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. The backlash against the casting began two weeks […]

 

Proyas in his apology stated that “The process of casting a movie has many complicated variables, but it is clear that our casting choices should have been more diverse.” Translation: Both Proyas and Lionsgate will shoot checks off to Al Sharpton and a few other members of the grievance industry in the morning and that will be the end of that.

Of course, some will prefer cash of which Proyas and Lionsgate will more than happy to oblige.