When it comes to gun control, it seems liberals just don’t get it.
Especially liberals in Hollywood who push their left-wing ideology through the guise of “entertainment” like the latest gun control movie, “Miss Sloane.”
The EuropaCorp film, starring Jessica Chastain, focuses on a woman who leaves her high paying job to join an anti-gun lobby working to pass a background check law.
If Hollywood liberals haven’t learned anything from the 2016 election, the dismal box-office results for “Miss Sloane” ought to shake things up as it affects the bottom line.
Hollywood learns that no one wants to be lectured to by gun control advocates who know nothing about guns or law https://t.co/L8aYgn0M6O
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 13, 2016
Though Chastain scored a Golden Globe nomination for “Best Actress,” the film, which cost $13 million to produce, failed to meet its projected $5 million at the box office, according to Forbes.
— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) December 12, 2016
Expanding into 1,648 theaters last weekend after its initial November 25 debut, the film earned just $1.9 million, giving it over $2 million in domestic total.
It shouldn’t be difficult to figure out why the film tanked, but the Hollywood left will probably miss all the signs.
Maybe Twitter users can help explain.
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