Monday, February 12, 2007

Freddie Prinze Jr: joven y de derechas

Freddie Prinze Jr. es uno de los jóvenes talentos del Hollywood actual. Hijo del malogrado actor puertorriqueño Freddie Prinze, ha protagonizado varias de las películas juveniles más taquilleras de los últimos años (Sé lo que hicisteis el último verano, Scooby Doo, She`s All That, etc), además de contar con una sitcom sobre su propia vida, Freddie. En el año 2004, la revista Details realizó un reportaje sobre los republicanos de la industria del cine, donde reveló el nombre de Prinze como uno de los conocidos militantes de derechas en Hollywood, condición que muchos mantienen en secreto por el temor a las represalias profesionales. El propio Freddie ha manifestado públicamente en diversas ocasiones sus opiniones políticas cuando ha sido preguntado al respecto, y de hecho se comenta que su esposa, la también estrella juvenil Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy cazavampiros) profesa las mismas ideas, si bien todavía no hemos encontrado pruebas concluyentes al respecto.

It just so happens that, in its September issue, Details magazine is outing Hollywood GOP sympathizers. The magazine claims that, in order to address the celebrity deficit that the GOP currently has, the Republican National Committee has unveiled a list of stars who veer toward the Republican side of the aisle.
Some of the names, like Jessica Simpson and Shannen Doherty, are already known. But others are more unexpected, like Adam Sandler and Freddie Prinze Jr., although Prinze’s wife Sarah Michelle Gellar has been known to lean right in the past.
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2004/8/23/102151.shtml
Last fall, Details magazine’s exposé “Young and Republican in Hollywood” caused a stir by “outing” comedian Adam Sandler, actor Freddie Prinze Jr., and others as secret right-wingers. AMC’s 2004 documentary Rated R: Republicans in Hollywood, directed by former Democratic speechwriter Jesse Mosse, concludes that Hollywood will be shifting right as the under-40s become its new establishment. Already reinforcing David Horowitz’s long-established Wednesday Morning Club, which hosts conservative speakers for open-minded industry listeners, are such newly formed right-wing salons as the Hollywood Congress of Republicans and the discreet Sunday Evening Club, for still-closeted rightists.
http://chatterboxchronicles.blogspot.com/2006/02/is-hollywood-moving-to-right.html
5) Not everyone in Hollywood loves Hillary. During an appearance on NBC’s Tonight Show, actor Freddie Prinze Jr. promised “I’m not voting for Hillary Clinton” and declared: “I’m a Republican.”
O’Reilly on Senator Clinton: “I think she’s got a constituency among unions, among minorities, and, because that’s who’s going to get the money that she takes from you, and I, and Freddie.” Freddie Prinze, Jr.: “[unintelligible] take my money, wait a minute!” O’Reilly: “Freddie, trust me, she’s taking your money.” Prinze: “I’m not voting for Hillary Clinton!” O’Reilly: “She’s coming to your house, gonna take your wallet right out of there-” Prinze: “I’m a Republican!”.
http://www.mediaresearch.org/cyberalerts/2002/cyb20020524.asp
On E News Daily, Freddie said at the premier of "Scooby-Doo" that "Bush's critics must feel pretty foolish. Bush has proved he is a better president than anyone thought he would be" The reporter asked him about the war on terror & Freddie responded as if he wanted to get this off his chest! Also blasted people who don't stand by him during this difficult time! What a loser! I think they will replay it late tonight or through out the week!
http://www.democraticunderground.com/cgi-bin/duforum/duboard.cgi?az=show_thread&om=27564&forum=DCForumID35&archive=yes



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