The definition of insanity is to do something, get the result, and then do it again, expecting a different result. Hollyweird has engaged in highly public open ended brutal political attacks on Trump, his deploreable supporters, and the entire belief system they hold. Hollyweird actors, not all of them, but more than enough, routinely support infanticide, ie live birth abortion, and they support gun control, so called Homosexual “rights,” and a long list of radical Marxist positions. They do so in the most public of ways, and include savage personal attacks on Trump, his wife, and even his son. I mean, gang what would the result be if any of us openly attacked Obama’s two daughters, made statements threatening their lives, and engaged in a level of verbal abuse that astounds me. And yet, after Hollyweird does all that, and after the one half of the American people who support Trump stay away from both movies and tv, THEY STILL DON’T GET IT. THEY STILL CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHY HOLLYWEIRD IS LOSING MONEY. Gee, it might have something to do with the level of contempt people like us, and myself personally, feel for the bigots and squalid little people infesting Hollyweird these days. The link below indicates that 2019 is going to be a dismal one for Hollyweird making money. The link is below.
Nolte: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Did Not Save a Box Office Still 10% Behind Last Year
With Avengers: Endgame running out of steam, this year’s box office still lags ten percent behind 2018, 3.7 percent behind 2017, and even 1.2 percent behind 2016.
While there is no question Endgame is a massive, earth-shattering hit, it is still a box office disappointment to a certain extent. And I’m not the only one saying so. After a record-smashing opening weekend of $358 million domestic, well ahead of the $248 million opening for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Endgame will probably eke out a $825 million domestic compared to The Force Awakens’ $936 million.
Next, even the Avengers movie had trouble. The link is below.
2018-19 TV Season Ratings: 90 Percent of Veteran Broadcast Shows Fall
It’s a widely accepted piece of TV ratings dogma that same-day numbers represent a starting point, not the complete picture for a given show.
What’s also true, however, is that in 2018-19, the starting point for nearly every returning broadcast series retreated from the previous season.
In fact, only 10 percent (10 of 102) of veteran series increased or held steady with their same-day adults 18-49 rating from the 2017-18 season. The Hollywood Reporter‘s comparison includes same-day ratings for all original episodes of series that aired more than one episode in the 2018-19 season, including those coded as specials.
Only episodes that aired within the boundaries of the Nielsen-measured season (Sept. 24, 2018-May 22, 2019) are counted, which leaves out a handful of early-September football games and the odd early premiere.