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Disney outlawed the LA Times from their upcoming flick sneak peeks as a result of an uncomplimentary tale. They later on turned around the restriction after stress from different publications and people. Grace Baldridge, Nando Vila and also Simone Boyce the hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Inform us exactly what you assume in the comment area listed below. Sign up with TYT:

On Sept. 24, The Los Angeles Times published an investigation by Daniel Miller worrying Walt Disney's economic partnership with the city of Anaheim, as well as the aids and also tax breaks its amusement park there have gotten. There were 2 various other short articles that followed on Sept. 26, one which specificed exactly how people and also politicians are starting to disagree with just what they claim is a discriminatory partnership in between the Disneyland parks as well as the city where they lie. The write-ups are extensive, thorough, and also paint a picture of Walt Disney as not that different (from this non-expert's point of view) from the various NFL group owners that often get cities to support brand-new stadiums for not defaulting and afterwards maintain the majority of the riches.

Whether these pieces are 100% fair or precise, I will certainly confess that I never would have reviewed them had the Mouse House not retaliated versus The LA Times as a result of their publication.

On this past Friday, The LA Times reported in its vacation film sneak peek write-ups that its authors and also movie critics were declined admittance to press screenings of Thor: Ragnarok as punishment for those 2 above-noted short articles from the previous month. This news brushed up with the media circles like wildfire as well as now different publications (and specific doubters) are boycotting advancement screenings and/or overall coverage of Walt Disney films and television programs till the ban is lifted against the LA paper. Four of the extra famous movie critics groups are currently getting rid of Disney's 2017 slate from honors consideration up until the ban is raised. Hell, supervisor Ava DuVernay is participating in support, which will certainly make things tricky if the ban isn't lifted by the time her very own A Wrinkle in Time debuts in March of next year.

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  1. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    The only thing I like about Disney are the Marvel films.

    • Posted by z3nkin, at Reply

      and Moana

    • Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

      Hal Jordan Gota be honest, Disneyland is pretty damn fun. But the corporation itself is evil. And Walt Disney wasn’t the sole creator of Mickey House. People forget Ub Iwerks had a much more integral part in the creation of the character

    • Posted by Alexander Jones, at Reply

      You love the pedophile play lands also.

  2. Posted by dangerouslytalented, at Reply

    If Anaheim ended all tax breaks for Disney, Disney would not move out, THEIR INFRASTRUCTURE IS ALL RIGHT THERE.

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      They could always say “but this will cost us jobs if we dont get tax breaks”.

    • Posted by dangerouslytalented, at Reply

      They ALWAYS hire the minimum number of people they can. ALWAYS.

    • Posted by MF DOOM, at Reply

      Anaheim City Council is bought out sadly only 2 members aren’t directly under the SOAR PAC

    • Posted by Sam Nasab, at Reply

      That is how ALL successful businesses and corporations profit. Non will create jobs if there is no demand. The same lesson can be attributed to the GOP’s tax plan.

    • Posted by dangerouslytalented, at Reply

      And who creates demand? THE CUSTOMERS. IF he customers have no money, THERE WILL BE NO PROFIT.

  3. Posted by Eric Moors, at Reply

    Break Disney up. It’s a monopoly.

    • Posted by Eric Moors, at Reply

      Captain America movies.

    • Posted by Celso Junior, at Reply

      Michael Moore is a monopoly of grease and fat! Should we break him up as well?

    • Posted by Eric Moors, at Reply

      Chris Christie is fatter.

    • Posted by SamStam12, at Reply

      They are a conglomerate and own about 30%-40% of all media.

  4. Posted by shutdafup, at Reply

    Surprised Disney don’t own the Times by now — it’s like they own everything else

    • Posted by Timothy McCaskey, at Reply

      shutdafup: Disney and Wal-Mart are vying for Global Domination. Should they ever merge Heaven help us all.

  5. Posted by Aaron Grays, at Reply

    Not that this matters, but the woman with the Stranger Things shirt is gorgeous.

    • Posted by Sonic Boone Media Group, at Reply

      Aaron Grays i totally agree

  6. Posted by Shawn Stephens, at Reply

    How many sport teams (NFL, MLB, NBA , and NHL) have used public money and tax brakes to pay for stadiums and arenas, and all the revenue going to the team.

  7. Posted by Manny Lopez, at Reply

    As someone who use to work for Disney I can honestly say….. Disney owns Anaheim

  8. Posted by MF DOOM, at Reply

    Disney pays taxes but they get so many subsidies it’s dumb. We have a homeless problem here in Anaheim and O.C we see no help from these mega corps like Boeing and Disney which are in Anaheim to help our local issues. You guys should do a peice on Disney corruption here in Anaheim.

    • Posted by Costeno Salao, at Reply

      These corporations give very little back to their communities and they expect us to willingly give them huge tax breaks.

    • Posted by The Dynast Queen, at Reply

      And Orlando, Disney World is our biggest employer here naturally and its employees have been in negotiations for months to get a raise to $15, as of now all of them are paid about $10. From the waiters to the pyrotechnicians who ensure every night nothing catches fire are paid this and they had to fight for that. Meanwhile Disney has consistently raised their prices and renovations/explanations to the park(s).

  9. Posted by onefatstratcat, at Reply

    Did you guys hear? Snow White got fired from the park. She got caught sitting on Pinnochio’s face yelling.. LIE..LIE…LIE!!

  10. Posted by Jacob Ray, at Reply

    Conservatives want to end welfare, the biggest thing that costs taxpayers is corporate welfare

  11. Posted by Bramble451, at Reply

    I’ve worked for a third party contracting company with Disney as a client. And contractors do exchange tales. Disney IS a dominating, controlling, assholish company. And it’s just as domineering over it’s own employees. It is a miserable place to work.

    • Posted by Jesse Jackson, at Reply

      Had a friend who lasted only 2 months. Said it was the worse job ever.

    • Posted by Pete The Pict, at Reply

      Bramble451 There’s not many happy people working for the “magic kingdom” …

  12. Posted by Kris Ballard, at Reply

    This is just another example of a company having too much power.

  13. Posted by kyle byrum, at Reply

    who cares???

  14. Posted by s h a d ø w b a n n e d, at Reply

    This was such a bigger story than a Sunday upload. But it’s the C-Team.

  15. Posted by Clayton Brown, at Reply

    Love TYT, the most intelligent, open minded news source on the planet by far.

    • Posted by ABCD ABCD, at Reply

      Clayton Brown 10000% agree

  16. Posted by thesinaclwon, at Reply

    It’s only a matter of time that all the female and male child actors and actresses from Disney come out and tell the press that the higher-ups at Disney have been shoving their old wrinkled dicks all over them.

  17. Posted by Ramon Delgado, at Reply

    Come on guys you’re dropping the ball!!! You glossed over “NEWLY-INSTALLED LEADERSHIP.” You should have read other sources claiming that the Publishers and editors (that presumably had to do with the piece) were REMOVED from the LA Times. Wonder if Disney had anything to do with that 🤔

    • Posted by shurednichso, at Reply

      Ramon Delgado For real? Wow.

  18. Posted by Walter Anderson, at Reply

    Disney has a long tradition of being a petty company. This just proves it

    • Posted by Rob Simpson, at Reply

      Walt was a Racist!

    • Posted by Agnarr Salventius, at Reply

      Walter Anderson
      Again, you mean.

    • Posted by Agnarr Salventius, at Reply

      Rob Simpson
      Who wasn’t in the 40s?

    • Posted by Rob Simpson, at Reply

      Agnarr Salventius
      Uh…………Civilized People!

  19. Posted by Scott InPhilly, at Reply

    To top it off, Disneyland is built on property once owned by a Japanese American who lost it when he was interred during WWII.

  20. Posted by Ali Mohamed, at Reply

    Another corporation robbing the American people blind

    • Posted by Agnarr Salventius, at Reply

      Ali Mohamed
      I’m shocked peoole are shocked.