September Box Office At Worst Levels In 25 Years, Proving Americans Are Tired Of Woke, PC Reboots

Hollywoke is not creating original content anymore. No, instead, all Americans get is an endless stream of reboots that intentionally turn nostalgic characters and storylines into woke, politically correct garbage.

Thing is, Americans are not buying into the elitist game anymore. Which is evident in the September box office which was the worst it’s been in 25 years.

From The Wrap:

Despite modestly budgeted successes like Sony’s “The Woman King” and Warner Bros.’ “Don’t Worry Darling,” this September’s box office has sunk to the lowest levels in a quarter-century.

The overall total for the month is set to sink to 25-year lows, not counting 2020, when Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” accounted for nearly half the $86 million box office as most theaters remained shut down at the height of the pandemic.

With just $275 million grossed in North America to date, this will be the first September since 1997 with a monthly total of less than $350 million. To date, the running total for September 2022 is 20% behind last year’s pace and 52% behind the pace set this month in 2019.

In an interesting turn of events, “Top Gun Maverick” broke records because of how pro-America it was. Not to mention it was a good film that had movie-goers who hadn’t been to a theater in years seeing it more than once.

The movie was so pro-America that China and Russia wouldn’t even air it. 

You would think the rest of Hollywoke would take notes on Tom Cruise’s success, but no – they are far more concerned with their woke passion projects that really only get watched by their celebrity friends. No wonder nobody is watching award shows anymore.

Regardless, Hollywoke is still optimistic for the rest of the year.

More from The Wrap:

The hope is that November and December will outperform 2021, with Disney/Marvel’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” and 20th Century’s “Avatar: The Way of Water” leading a slew of holiday offerings to a stronger winter than last year, when Sony’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was deadlifting the box office all on its own. Ideally, a holiday box office boom will lead into a somewhat improved market in January and an early-year slate led by films such as Paramount’s “Babylon” and Disney’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.”

Notice the pattern stays the same: more reboots and more sequels. Yawn.

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