WOW! Movie Star On Trump: Hollywood Was ‘Cocky,’ ‘Arrogant,’ ‘Became Bullies’

Is Hollywood starting to wake up?

After they went all-in for Hillary, Trump’s win threw Hollywood stars into emotional turmoil.

There was the ridiculous video trying to get Electors to switch their vote away from Trump.

There was Meryl Streep’s public meltdown.

And most recently, there was their pathetic “I Will Survive” video.

But some Hollywood stars look like they’re turning the corner.

They’re ready to do some soul-searching. They’re ready to look at what they did wrong.

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One star doing some analysis of Hollywood’s missteps is Zoe Saldana:

Agence-France Press reported: 
“The ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Avatar’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ star — who is not a supporter of the Republican president-elect — believes insults flung at him during the race for the White House turned off much of middle America. ‘We got cocky and became arrogant and we also became bullies,’ the 38-year-old actress said of Trump . . . ‘We were trying to single out a man for all these things he was doing wrong… and that created empathy in a big group of people in America that felt bad for him and that are believing in his promises.’ Saldana’s analysis echoes comments made by Hawaiian-born Australian actress Nicole Kidman, who told the BBC’s ‘Victoria Derbyshire’ show this week it was time Americans got behind Trump, who takes office on January 20.”

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Zoe Soldana is right. Hollywood tried to bully the rest of America. But America is ready to get past it.

Will the rest of Hollywood do what Nicole Kidman said? Will they support the President?

Here’s what Nicole Kidman said:

It’s time to move on.

It’s time to Make America Great Again!

H/T Mediaite


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