Veteran actor James Woods created a stir this week when he made a bold claim about the dark underbelly of Hollywood. Woods asserted that the entertainment industry is not only evil but surpasses people’s worst fears, leaving many intrigued and disturbed by his statement.
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The revelation came in the form of a now-deleted tweet, in which a fan sought Woods’ opinion on the true extent of Hollywood’s malevolence. With anticipation building, the actor’s response raised more than a few eyebrows.
“James, serious question. As someone who has enormous respect for your talent as an actor, I’m curious – how evil is Hollywood?” inquired the fan.
Woods’ enigmatic reply was brief but chilling. He simply stated, “Multiply your worst fears by 100.” However, he failed to elaborate further and subsequently removed the tweet, leaving his followers speculating about the true nature of Hollywood.
While Woods may be the latest to draw attention to Hollywood’s dark side, he is not alone in his concerns. Earlier this year, actor Jonathan Roumie, renowned for his role in “The Chosen,” delivered a thought-provoking speech at the March for Life, shedding light on the increasingly sinister nature of the entertainment industry.
The actor voiced his unease about storylines involving the occult, witchcraft, demons, and even overtly Satanic elements becoming commonplace in mainstream programming. According to Roumie, the entertainment landscape has become progressively more disturbing, featuring spiritually and psychologically unsettling content.
He expressed concern about the media serving as a gateway for destructive behavior and attitudes that reject spirituality, light, and the fundamental values that sustain communities. Roumie further noted the subtle yet profound removal of God from public popular culture over the past few decades, replaced by corruptive images and ideologies that negatively influence the hearts and minds of younger generations.
Sadly, the accusations only get worse. Over 7 years ago, former child actor Elijah Wood also spoke out in an interview, admitting “there is a major pedophilia problem in Hollywood. If you can imagine it, it’s probably happened.” This sentiment is further supported by Corey Feldman’s revealing account in his 2013 memoir, Coreyography. In this book, Feldman courageously narrates the abuse he and fellow child star, Corey Haim, encountered during their rise to fame.
While Woods may have deleted his tweet, his assertion lingers in the minds of those who wonder just how deep the darkness within Hollywood truly runs. As the conversation continues, it reminds us that fervently scrutinizing and critically examining the entertainment industry is necessary to protect the moral fabric of society.