Kevin Sorbo usually a popular figure at comicons…
(ToddStarnes.com) Holy intolerance, Batman!
The founder of a popular New Jersey comic book convention reportedly banned famed actor Kevin Sorbo because of his friendship with Sean Hannity.
“I turned down Kevin Sorbo for East Coast Comicon,” founder Cliff Galbraith wrote on Facebook. “He’s pals with Sean Hannity. I just can’t do it.”
Sorbo, is a popular figure at comic conventions – known for starring in “Hercules.”
He is also a devout Christian.
And he also happens to be a friend of Hannity.
Hannity was the executive producer and financed “Let There Be Light,” a hugely successful faith-based film that starred Sorbo.
“I’ve never even heard of the East Coast Comicon,” Sorbo told the Todd Starnes Radio Show. “They don’t have any A-Listers attending. I think they are looking for free publicity.”
I reached out to the East Coast Comicon but they did not respond to my inquiries.
Hannity told the “Todd Starnes Radio Show” that Galbraith is “just mad that comic book movies are just boring formulaic Hollywood drivel that people are tired of.”
“And ‘Let There Be Light’ was a breakout hit without any Hollywood support,” Hannity said.
“Let There Be Light” was the fourth highest-grossing faith-based film in 2017 and they were second in box office receipts against Thor’s opening weekend.
“I’ll pity the poor insecure guy who cannot escape his comic book world, and handle a little real world truth and reality and an opposing viewpoint,” Hannity told the Todd Starnes Radio Show. “Take that Batman.”
Sorbo said he was not terribly surprised to learn about Galbraith’s snub…Original Source…