Defiant Disney Restores ‘Overt’ Scene In Kids Movie To Thumb Their Nose At Parents & Florida Law
What Disney has just done is overplay their hand. Parents are not going to put up with this and not just because of the scene itself but moreover why it was restored.
In early March 2022, Pixar Animation Studio and Disney leadership admitted that they removed an “overtly gay affection” scene in the upcoming Buzz Lightyear feature film.
Sources who were involved in the production told Variety Magazine that the animated film targeting children “Lightyear” featured “a significant female character, Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba), who is in a meaningful relationship with another woman. While the fact of that relationship was never in question at the studio, a kiss between the characters had been cut from the film.”
However, Executives have changed their minds to appease the woke mob and thumb their noses at parents.
After the parental rights bill was signed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Disney executives gave the go-ahead to reinstate the kiss in the upcoming featured film.
The scornful decision from Disney executives has all the makings of a colossal backfire.
Their stock is quickly dropping to the levels they saw during the Obama recession and despite this they are going to thumb their nose at those who pay their bills. Prepare yourself when the movie premiers in June for the woke mob to attack conservative families because it’s likely once the word gets out about the scene the movie is going to tank.
Before the “Lightyear” film the most prominent LGBTQ character was a cyclops police officer named Specter in the animated film “Onward.” During a moment in the film the character says, “It’s not easy being a new parent – my girlfriend’s daughter got me pulling my hair out, okay?”
Before the dust-up in Florida Pixar employees wrote a letter to Disney executives complaining that the company has cut “nearly every moment of overtly gay affection… regardless of when there is protest from both the creative teams and executive leadership at Pixar.”
“We at Pixar have personally witnessed beautiful stories, full of diverse characters, come back from Disney corporate reviews shaved down to crumbs of what they once were,” the letter read.
The same arrogance Disney is showing is the same arrogance we saw from Twitter before Elon Musk bought them.