GL, we have been boycotting Hollywood for decades. I love a good movie, but with the Hollywood group's views primarily against firearms I decided I did not want to help finance the enemy, at least that is what got me started. Knowing much about how Hollywood worked also helped with the decision.
Back in the mid seventies during the summer of '74 I took advantage of nude sunbathing at Venice beach. I would get off my graveyard shift, hit the beach after breakfast snd sleep for several hours, awake and body surf and sunbathe. I was approached by a photographer who had done 4 layouts that had been published in Playgirl Magazine in the discovery section and had Levi Strauss contracts. He wanted to do a shoot and story on me and submit it to Playgirl and modleing for Levi billboard shoots. (he was a body building bi or gay)
This was after I had already decided to move from the LA area to the Sierras that fall for the ski season and I seriously contemplated it but declined. Having known about the way the industry operated (this was 1974), involving drugs and homosexuality, etc. I decided to decline the opportunity. To this day I wonder where this turn on the road of life might have taken me, but my move to the mountains ended up turning out to be a healthy and happy life. Would have I found fame and fortune in Hollywood or a life of misery through drug abuse and a total loss of ethics.
Of course I will never know, but I am pleased with the way life ended up turning out. In any aspect to this day I rarely spend the cash to support the powers and stars who so hypocritically push for gun control (after making their fortunes from using guns and violence in their productions) and other liberal points of view that are contrary to my thinking.
The funny thing about my move to the Sierras is that winter I met too real cool guys who after the ski season were moving to Hollywood to enter the film industry and become stunt men and both became quite successful. They also had troubled personal lives with substance abuse that was so rampant in the industry.
The bottom line is that I refuse to support folks who have such contrary viewpoints to mine, and that started over 40 years ago.