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Why Hasn’t Hollywood Rallied for Japan Relief on Movie Line

Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 19, 2011

Why Hasn’t Hollywood Rallied for Japan Relief reveals some interesting facts regarding the massive Earthquake and Tsunami disaster that happened in Japan early this month. The article has also include some expert opinions from LCO founder Michael Levine.

The entertainment industry has always been a generous charity throughout the decade. From the 9/11 crises in 2001 to the Haiti Earthquake last year, Hollywood had raised millions of dollars to help the stricken nations. However, Hollywood seems hesitated to collectively jump to arms to the Japanese people after the 9.0 Massive Earthquake and Tsunami in Northern Japan.

“I think celebrities, like all human beings to a larger degree, like feeling heroic,” Levine said. “And there’s a sense with third-world nations that you can be heroic. Japan is a very wealthy nation, so there’s a feeling among some that money into Haiti or Africa is a different kind of poverty, a different kind of relief effort.”

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