Disney’s animated film “Strange World” is on track to be its latest woke box office flop.
Strange World features Disney’s first-ever openly gay main lead character.
Dailywire.com called “Strange World” an “Animated Gay Teen Romance Film” that is “Disney’s latest agenda-pushing project”.
“The film, which pushes sexual orientation and climate agendas, is on track to be Disney’s latest over-woke nightmare,” Dailywire.com wrote.
The main characters are Disney’s perfect depiction of the modern Black family.
The father, voiced by actor Jake Gyllenhaal, is a soft milquetoast. His Black wife, voiced by Gabrielle Union, is a strong heroine. Their son (voiced by Jaboukie Young-White) is openly gay.
According to TMZ, the animated movie earned just $18 million over 5 days against a $180 million budget – not including the budget for marketing.
TMZ claims this was all part of Disney’s plan “to use the poor performance as rationale to not include LGBTQ characters going forward.”
Others claim the movie flopped due to the lack of marketing and promotion.
But that doesn’t explain the poor box office performances of Universal’s gay rom-com “Bros” and Disney’s “Lightyear.” Both films flopped despite being heavily marketed and promoted.
Amid a string of woke flops and Disney’s poor earnings report, Disney’s board ousted its CEO Dave Chapek and brought back Bob Iger.
TMZ hopes this leadership change will mean more LGBT+ characters and better marketing for Disney’s woke films.
“The good news(?) … Bob Chapek is out as CEO, and Bob Iger’s back in … something that just about everyone seems happy about. Time will tell if the move affects future offerings.”
As Disney begins pushing "Strange World" for next week's release, here's the reminder that their "not-at-all-secret gay agenda" to target kids is ongoing. It's a part of the plot of this movie, just as it was with "Lightyear." Your kids, your choice. https://t.co/lMjsaDF8Lp
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 15, 2022
Took the kids to the movies today to watch a Disney cartoon called “Strange World”.
Within 10 minutes of the movie, my 10 year old son said “Dad, I have no desire to watch this movie. Can we leave?”
— Patrick Bet-David (@patrickbetdavid) November 27, 2022
I once trusted Disney. Thought they were family friendly with great values. Those days are long gone. The cover of Little Mermaid and other things since have soured me. What happened to the days of "Walt Disney". This is not what he wanted.
— Mary Mcmurtrie (@McmurtrieMary) November 25, 2022