James Woods: Hollywood More Evil Than Someone’s ‘Worst Fears’

Actor James Woods recently claimed that people have no clue how “evil” Hollywood can be, adding that it can be worse than their “worst fears.”

In a now-deleted tweet, one of Woods’ fans asked about the true extent of Hollywood’s “evil,” the actor had a surprising answer.

“James, serious question. As someone who has enormous respect for your talent as an actor, I’m curious – how evil is Hollywood?” the fan asked on Twitter.

“Multiply your worst fears by 100,” Woods replied without explaining.

Woods is not the first actor to criticize Hollywood. As Bounding Into Comics noted, actor Jonathan Roumie, known for his role in “The Chosen,” had some harsh words for the institution during his speech at the March for Life in 2023.

“For some time now, we have been witnesses to a mounting polarity between light and dark. We’ve seen it manifest itself in many facets of culture,” Roumie said.

“But I would like to address as I see it as an artist in the entertainment industry. In the last several years there’s been a sharp and disturbing increase in the darkness of the imagery being used in film, television, and music,” Roumie added.

“The landscape has become increasingly sinister,” he continued. “And in some cases, even demonic in tone. More so than in previous years. Sometimes subliminal. Oftentimes overt.”

Roumie said the most “vulnerable” are the youngest and the unfaithful, arguing that the media has become a “portal” towards behavior and attitudes that kids emulate to reject God and Heaven.

“I have observed God subtly, but radically being removed from public popular culture over the last couple of decades. Replaced with some of the most corruptive images and ideologies for young hearts and minds,” he added.

Roumie argued that people who profess their faith are “branded as fundamental” or criticized for their beliefs. “This is completely contrary to what it means to have a relationship with Jesus Christ and follow his teachings,” he said.

In May 2023, actress Ruth Wilson told The Guardian that Hollywood has “no moral backbone.”

While discussing the industry’s embrace of the “MeToo” movement, Wilson noted that Hollywood “was complicit – agents, producers, PR people – in protecting the powerful. #MeToo was significant because it was unraveling that.” She added that it was “extraordinary. To actually witness Hollywood shift like that.”

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