Instead of complaining about Christians and conservative ideals being ignored by Hollywood, Antonio Sabato Jr. is doing something about it.
Sabato, who’s best known for starring in “General Hospital” and dozens of other television shows over the last 30 years, announced that he’s “putting together a plan to create a conservative movie studio for all patriots to do projects that Hollywood would never do. No more blacklisting and no more injustice from the socialist elites.”
He invited “all conservative producers who want to make a change” to “get in touch with me, and be part of our team. Right now, we are in pre-production with `Trail Blazers,’ our first in line for many more and first to start our studio.
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The “Trail Blazers” project was co-written and directed by Sabato and features many other well-known and outspoken conservative and Christian entertainers, including Kevin Sorbo, Stacey Dash, Scott Baio, Kaya Jones, Kristy Swanson and Dean Cain. The movie will chronicle “the ultimate battle between good and evil, between darkness and light, between God and Satan himself,” as IMDb described it. “We’re going to make movies that are uplifting and where God is the center of attention,” Sabato said.
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The actor said he experienced enormous professional consequences after speaking out in support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in 2016. “All my representatives left me, from agents to managers to commercial agents,” he said. “I literally had to move, find a new job to survive and take care of my kids.”
In his interview with Fox Business, Sabato acknowledged that he lost everything because of his support for the president. But he added, “God has put me through this for a reason,” he said, “and it’s only building me up to be stronger for what I have to do next.”
–Dwight Widaman | Metro Voice