Mar 4 2013
‘The GENEX’ – Hollywood to bring the Armenian Genocide by Muslims to the big screen in 2015, the 100-year anniversary
Let’s hope Barack Hussein Obama doesn’t force his Hollywood cronies to sanitize the truth about the Turkish Muslim savages, who still refuse to accept blame for the mass slaughter they carried out on 1.5 million Armenian Christians. Obama promised to recognize the Armenian Genocide by Turkey, but so far has not done so, not wanting to offend his BFF, PM Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s Islamist leader.
Armenia Now Plans for a new movie called ‘The Genex,’ dedicated to the centennial of the Armenian Genocide have been revealed, with a number of Hollywood stars expected to be involved in the production.
Armenian director Artak Sevada reportedly plans the screening of the movie on April 24, 2015 when Armenians around the world will be marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the Ottoman Empire’s genocidal policy during World War I that resulted in the killings and deportations of some 1.5 million Armenians.
According to the synopsis of the movie published on its official website, it tells about a “beautiful 25-year-old woman”, Sally Solomon, who “has spent years running from her family (and her own ethnic) history.” “But, when Sally’s father is murdered, she finds herself thrust into the middle of a vast conspiracy that puts her and the young lawyer trying to defend her against a large, powerful corporation hell bent on keeping secret its own dark involvement in the Armenian Genocide. As Sally will learn – history is a contact sport – and no one can hide from it.”
Two Hollywood stars – Natalie Portman and Armand Assante – have already reportedly signed papers to be involved in the movie to be produced by EdgeArt Entertainment and Sevada Productions, with an expected budget of $30 million.
Several other Hollywood actors, including megastars Al Pacino and Leonardo DiCaprio, are featured in the conceptual trailer currently published on the official movie website: www.thegenex.com