Conservatives like to rail on and on about the coastal elites who dominate Hollywood, yet they happily champion a president who is a fame-chasing reality TV star who demanded to be included in movies that feature his most famous properties. But hey, not everyone in Hollywood is a bleeding heart liberal dedicated to dismantling MAGA. Now the biggest names in Conservative Hollywood are joining forces for a bit of propaganda so blatant it might be funny if a Supreme Court seat weren’t up for grabs.
Roe v. Wade will center on the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in America. But don’t expect some libtard spin where this is seen as a major advancement for society and women’s rights. It’s being made by Nick Loeb, infamous as Sofia Vergara awful ex who has spent years in a custody battle over the former couple’s frozen embryos.
Loeb told THR of the project, “I have my own pro-life issue going on with my fight over embryos, but no one has really told the whole truth about Roe v. Wade in a film. When I delved into this, I discovered conspiracy theories, fake news, made-up statistics and a whole lot of people involved who switched their positions from pro-choice to pro-life, including Norma (who was referred to as Jane Roe in the case).”
Playing the Supreme Court justices in Roe v. Wade are Jon Voight, Robert Davi, Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider, William Forsythe, Wade Williams, Richard Portnow, and Steve Guttenberg(?!). And of course Fox News’ black friend Stacey Dash co-stars. That’s not a joke. The Clueless actress is playing “the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School and the former president of National Right to Life.”
The unabashedly anti-abortion Roe v. Wade has been secretly shooting in Louisiana under another name. Using a pseudonym on publicly posted permits is a pretty standard move for big movies with world-famous stars because it helps cut down on looky-loos and paparazzi. However, it seems Roe v. Wade’s working title (which Loeb would not reveal to THR) also allows the production to fly under the radar of potential controversy. But Loeb says that’s not working.
To the trade, Loeb paints a picture of persecution. According to him, Facebook barred him from trying to use the social media website for fundraising for the film. He claims Louisiana State University refused his request to shoot on their campus because of the film’s “content.” He says the production shot one day on his former alma mater’s campus, Tulane University, before the school paper ran a piece on the film, spurring a pulling of Roe v. Wade’s permit. However, Loeb admits that LSU rejection was over the phone, so he has no written proof of the content complaint. And THR notes, “Both Tulane and LSU say logistics were the problem, not the content of the movie.”
Loeb claims that several cast and crew members have quit the film, including the original director, an unnamed female helmer who walked out during the first shoot day. So, Loeb and Cathy Allyn, his producer partner and co-writer, decided to co-helm, making Roe v. Wade a directorial debut for both.
Aside from the first director and a female costumer who quit, Loeb says an electrician approached him during a day of shooting and said, “Are you the director?” He recounted, “When I told her I was, she told me to go fuck myself. Then she threw her headset on the ground and walked off.” He also claims a location manager quit via email, writing, “I am a staunch pro-abortion feminist activist.”
Because that’s what we call ourselves. Not “pro-choice,” but “pro-abortion.”
Basically, Loeb has revealed his “secret” project to the world to play up its controversial elements while name-dropping his stars, the biggest of which is ’80s icon Steve Guttenberg. He uses the alleged walk-offs from cast and crew as proof that his film is too conservative for the libs to deal with. He is drawing attention to a production that’s falling apart at the seams by suggesting its crumbling is not because of poor producing on his part, but because of an insidious liberal agenda that bars the world from hearing his pro-life message. The pro-life message he got splashed across gossip magazines and celebrity news sites as he dragged Vegara for years. The pro-life message he promoted in the lengthy article in a major and respected industry trade, in which only he and his co-director are quoted. Behold the might of the liberal conspiracy to keep conservative men voiceless!
We don’t have confirmation on any of the tales of crew and cast quitting, or why they allegedly did so. We only have Loeb’s word for this and that he was kicked off campuses for “content.” He’s trying to make himself a martyr, first in foremost in hopes of spurring Republicans to invest as a means of sticking it to the snowflake libs. Beyond that, if Roe v. Wade fails (to be finished, at the box office, with critics), he’s already laid the groundwork of persecution. It’s not his fault the movie he co-wrote, co-directed and produced failed, it’s because the world is just out to get conservative men. And by the world I mean the feminist bitches who bust balls, drink male tears instead of coffee, and can’t take a compliment (sexual misconduct).
From all of us “pro-abortion feminist activists” to you Nick Loeb: