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Here’s one screening strategy that won’t spark another culture war battle. While Twitter users rage over Alamo Drafthouse’s plan to stage women-only screenings for “Wonder Woman,” an indie studio is reaching out to military veterans. Members of active and retired military personnel will be able to see “Megan Leavey” free May 30 at select Regal Cinemas locations. Bleecker Street & LD Entertainment, AT&T THANKS, Regal Cinemas and MovieTickets.com are hosting 190 screenings in all.
Yes, the culture wars may have a new front thanks to the first official trailer for “Wonder Woman.”The 2017 film released its first sneak peek Saturday at Comic-Con. And the press already is lining up with over-the-top praise.
Hollywood declared war on Donald Trump Donald TrumpBush ethics lawyer shares link to prison as Trump’s 2017 ‘Winter White House’ Hollywood's war on Trump is part of liberal America's 'resistance' Trump at conclusion of first foreign trip: 'I think we hit a home run' MORE early in last years’ Republican primaries. Only the industry never declared a ceasefire after Nov. 8, 2016. Instead, they sent in more troops and more artillery. You can see the tracer fire streaking across your TV screens.