After the award-winning speech to Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes, also let the rest of Hollywood feel that it is not very keen on the impending entry of Donald Trump in the White House. Among others, Amy Adams, Emma Stone and Natalie Portman joined forces for this critical adjustment of the discohit ‘I Will Survive’.
That Hollywood and American politics are two tightly intertwined worlds, is no secret. In the run up to the presidential election were plenty of stars – Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo, to name but three – their opinions about Donald Trump, include the flashy videos, such as the Important clip. And also now the presidentsrace walked, refuses Hollywood the hatchet to be buried.
That also makes the above video clearly, in which Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Michelle Williams, Taraji P. Henson, Chris Pine, Matthew McConaughey and Hailee Steinfeld , each with their own version of I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor‘s discoklassieker from 1978. Director of service Lynn Hirschberg, editor at the American magazine W. Although there is no literal reference to Trump and the original lyrics barely been adjusted, the intention of the song was apparently the entry into force of Trumps presidency and the painful ‘break’ with Hillary Clinton to regret.
It is not the first group of well-known entertainers that recently, his voice was lifted up against Trump: last week, Jerry Seinfeld, and Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Jordan and Leonardo DiCaprio all to see in a melodramatic Yes We Can-afscheidsvideo for President Obama. Also, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer and Cher are known to be running in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, the day after the move-in of the family Trump. And then there was that well-publicized speech to Meryl Streep at the Golden Globes, which many a Twitter and Facebook feed on burrow did save. And the Hollywoodreacties will in the coming days, months and years will probably continue to come.