Sunday 27 November 2022 05:29 AM Fans slam Disney for teaching kids sexual preferences in first cartoon with gay ... trends now

Sunday 27 November 2022 05:29 AM Fans slam Disney for teaching kids sexual preferences in first cartoon with gay ... trends now
Sunday 27 November 2022 05:29 AM Fans slam Disney for teaching kids sexual preferences in first cartoon with gay ... trends now

Sunday 27 November 2022 05:29 AM Fans slam Disney for teaching kids sexual preferences in first cartoon with gay ... trends now

Disney looks set to have another flop on its hands, as the animated adventure Strange World looks set to be a dud at the box office as moviegoers criticize the movie for what they see as forcing progressive ideology in a childrens' movie.

The cartoon, starring a voice cast including Jake Gylenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Gabrielle Union, Lucy Liu, and also features Daily Show contributor Jaboukie Young-White as the voice of what's been heralded as Disney's first openly gay character.

Strange World looks set to not even clear $20million at the Thanksgiving weekend box office on a gargantuan budget of $120-130million. 

It may even finish below the studio's 2002 flop Treasure Planet, which grossed just $16.6million. 

The film also appears to have tanked with audiences despite mildly positive critical reactions. 

Disney looks set to have another flop on its hands, as the animated adventure Strange World looks set to be a dud at the box office as moviegoers criticize the movie for what they see as forcing progressive ideology in a childrens' movie

Disney looks set to have another flop on its hands, as the animated adventure Strange World looks set to be a dud at the box office as moviegoers criticize the movie for what they see as forcing progressive ideology in a childrens' movie

The cartoon, starring a voice cast including Jake Gylenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Gabrielle Union, Lucy Liu, and also features Daily Show contributor Jaboukie Young-White as the voice of what's been heralded as Disney's first openly gay character

The cartoon, starring a voice cast including Jake Gylenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Gabrielle Union, Lucy Liu, and also features Daily Show contributor Jaboukie Young-White as the voice of what's been heralded as Disney's first openly gay character

While the movie has a 73 percent critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, it's only 60 percent with audiences and the film has a 'B' rating on CinemaScore from opening day audiences, according to The Wrap.  

If that grade holds, the film will be the first Disney animated film to get below an A-minus.  

Many have used the box office numbers to cite this as an example of Disney's attempt to 'go woke, get broke.'

A Rotten Tomatoes reviewer wrote: 'If I want to teach my children about sex and or sexual preferences at 7 and 8 I would do it in my home. I don't need a Disney movie to help me out with it. STOP making everything sexual, its unbelievable.'

One Tweeter pointed out: 'First Lightyear and now Strange World. Disney and Pixar releasing woke flops, one after the other. How many box office bombs before Disney learns?' 

Lightyear, which depicts the origins of beloved Toy Story character Buzz Lightyear, flopped on its opening weekend in the United States, earning just $51.7 million after weeks of controversy over a lesbian kiss.

Patrick Bet-David wrote: 'Took the kids to the movies today to

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