Why does Hollywood depict humans overcoming alien invasions?

Through the annals of Hollywood history there have been reoccurring themes of the invasion angles, and “evil alien” agenda with films like “Independence Day” and “Mars Attacks!” There have also been the lighthearted friendly alien movies like “E.T.” and “Paul” to counter the blow’em up popcorn flicks, which could all be part of the idea that Hollywood is in on the plan for a slow disclosure that includes pop culture. In these invasion films, despite being technologically disadvantaged in every way possible, humanity finds a way to win, but is this scenario even possible?

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EXCLUSIVE: Producer provides details on To The Stars 'Monsters of California' movie

One of the many components of To The Stars/ To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science includes the arts element, which plans to produce its first fictionalized movie “Monsters Of California.”Production and specific details have been scarce, but it looks like a release date of Christmas season 2020 is what is being eyed according to producer Stan Spry.

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UFOs/ unexplained becoming player in major TV media

UFOs and the unexplained are slowly becoming more acceptable in the mainstream cultural landscape, as a big part of the equation has been media; namely television.

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New interview sheds different light on Skinwalker Ranch

The phenomena-filled Skinwalker Ranch is back in the limelight again due to recent exposure from Jeremy Corbell’s 2018 film “Hunt The Skinwalker,” but there’s another side to this story being exposed by UFO researcher Erica Lukes and former Bigelow Aerospace Advance Space Studios investigator Chris Marx.

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New hypothesis possibly links Tic-Tac UFOs to marine life

Former NASA research scientist and current associate professor of physics at the University of Albany Kevin H. Knuth has drafted an interesting hypothesis that ties the Nimitz UAP incident to the marine life in the area. The nine-page study even goes to state that the UAPs could be monitoring the migration of whales, and even mentions a recent UAP sighting off the coast of Oregon similar to the Tic-Tac.

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REVIEW: Angels & Airwaves,To The Stars rise up in Austin

As To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science continues to make gradual progress, this allowed Tom DeLonge to return to the stage with Angels & Airwaves for the first tour in seven years, which hit Emos in Austin, Texas on Friday night.

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INTERVIEW: Seth Breedlove previews 'Momo:The Missouri Monster,' UFOs

Seth Breedlove and his Small Town Monsters productions are shifting their focus to the sky with “Momo: The Missouri Monster,” and the upcoming “In Search Of” installment that will feature UFOs. The documentation of the unexplained artistically, and geographically are moving to new heights first with “Momo: The Missouri Monster.”

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