Mainstream media and critics have claimed that Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Black Adam’ would tank at the box office and that the film would lose money.
But these claims have been proven to be false by Dwayne Johnson and his team.
Dwayne Johnson said on Twitter, “waited to confirm with financiers before I shared this excellent #BlackAdam news – our film will PROFIT between $52M-$72M. Fact. At almost $400M worldwide we are building our new franchise step by step (first Captain America did $370M) for the DC future.
Black Adam was the biggest movie of the season, notching No. 1 for three weeks in a row around the world before Disney/Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever arrived, per Deadline.
“I have read the claims that Black Adam will lose money. That is false,” exclaimed producer and financier Joe Singer, who deals greatly in motion picture slate financing.
Conflicts of Interest: Movie Theatre Industry and Wall Street
Those of you familiar with the events that occurred between new retail investors and Wall Street during the height of the ‘meme stock‘ frenzy are aware big things were happening with AMC and GameStop at the time.
Retail investors flooded the market and purchased AMC stock in order to drive up its stock price.
This was happening all while Wall Street was claiming the movie theatre industry was dead.
Holding these beliefs ever so closely, Wall Street hedge funds lost billions betting against the wave of new retail buyers.
A vendetta against retail investors has since formed with mainstream media continuously cautioning the public the dangers of investing the largest movie theatre chain company in the world.
Similar to how they did when the stock was at $5 per share and retail took it to $72 per share.
Wall Street continues to short the movie theatre industry in hopes to bankrupt companies like AMC Entertainment and they’ve been using the media to distort public opinion and perception.
Mainstream media will do whatever it takes to fit Wall Street agenda.
I’m curious to hear your thoughts on the deception relating to the false claims on ‘Black Adam’.
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