‘I want to remove myself officially’


51-year-old actress Christie Swanson suggested that if President Trump is excluded Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, She would relish her performance from other films she removed with John Hughes. (Photo: Michael Tran / Getty Images)

Christy Swanson has one or two things to say about the “canceled culture”.

Vampire slayer Starr, 51, took to Twitter to defend outgoing President Donald Trump, who caught the flak Movie fan Her 1992 cameo in the sequel suggests Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Digitally removed after his second impeachment last week. The film’s star, Macaulay Culkin, also joined the discussion, Confirmation Trump-less cuts.

A proud Trump supporter, Swanson announced that if Trump is removed from the classic flick that was written and produced by the late John Hughes, he would also like to erase his roles in the canon of the beloved writer and director.

“If Culture Culture is really going to remove Donald J. Trump from John Hughes ‘film” Home Alone, “then in support of my President, I would like to officially remove myself from John Hughes’ films,” Pretty In Pink “and” Ferris Buhler [sic] Holiday,” Tweeted Swanson, who eventually had a small non-speaking role pretty in Pink, And gave a short class speech in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Hughes, who died in 2009, produced and produced the former film, starring Molly Ringwald and later co-produced and directed.

While Swanson saw some support from his fans, the celebrities hurried in response to snappy replies.

“So shall we,” replied Rosna Arquette, who herself rose to fame with her role in the 1980s Looking for susan, While Jane Lynch’s Glee Fame shot back, “Excuse me. Who are you?”

Patton Oswalt, mocking Swanson’s strong support for Trump, responded, “This is weak, Christy. I was removed as GET AS and GAD SANTA AS AS GOOD even before Trump was running for president.” I support our leader. Why do you hate America? “

Community Star Yvette Nicole Brown commented, “You were in those movies?” Before that he was less concerned about Swan’s filmography with the support of “a friend who provoked a Klan riot”.

Never one to stay away from politics, Swanson recently appeared in the documentary Trump vs Hollywood With fellow patrons Scott Bao, Isaiah Washington and Dean Cain.

“Why is it not okay to be conservative in Hollywood?” In the film, Swanson said, “I think it’s time to set an example, just get along, then know? We can learn from each other. We don’t have to hate each other.

In 2019, Swanson and Caine starred in the play’s live stage reading FBI Lovebirds: UndercoverIn which she played former Trump-Russia investigators Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. The production was canceled and moved to a new location after the actress received “death threats”.

Cain on Sunday came to the rescue of Swanson with actor and director Ken Olin (About thirty) That his suggestion that his film work was removed was “disgusting”.

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