Before we get rolling, here’s a little backstory from The Hollywood Reporter:
Steven Spielberg on Wednesday predicted an “implosion” in the film industry is inevitable, whereby a half dozen or so $250 million movies flop at the box office and alter the industry forever. What comes next — or even before then — will be price variances at movie theaters, where “you’re gonna have to pay $25 for the next Iron Man, you’re probably only going to have to pay $7 to see Lincoln.” He also said that Lincoln came “this close” to being an HBO movie instead of a theatrical release.
A Hollywood implosion, according to Steven Spielberg? Last night, Ace weighed in on what’s gone haywire in Tinseltown:
And then, the movie previews started, with Greg Gutfeld joining the fun:
Today, Sen. Mary Landrieu made her now famous comment that South Dakota shares a border with Canada. Ace then hilariously went from creating movies out of board games and breakfast cereals to crafting films inspired by the geographically challenged congresswoman:
Perhaps if Steven Spielberg could convince Hollywood to run with any or all of these hilarious ideas, the implosion of Hollywood could be staved off … for a while.