With a mass exodus starting after Elon Musk acquired Twitter, both studios and publicists will have to rethink how they use the platform. I first heard of Twitter in what was probably 2008-09. I distinctly remember sitting at a Shabbos dinner saying that I will never ever sign up for Twitter. In classic comedic fashion, I signed up that month because it was helpful in landing tickets to the promotional film screenings. The rest is…"Twitter And How Hollywood Uses It Will Change"
Journalists and politicians started discussing a Hollywood blacklist in light of Lucasfilm firing Gina Carano from the Star Wars franchise. They are wrong to compare conservatives being held accountable for their actions to what took place during the Red Scare. The Red Scare is the result of the United States government cracking down on communist infiltration regardless of proof. The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) was started to investigate Nazis. Instead, the government decided that…"Hollywood Blacklist? Cancel Culture? Accountability!"