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Topic - Sean Phillips
When the United States went to war after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the film industry soon followed suit. Hollywood's response to the 9/11 attacks and the subsequent war on terrorism couldn't be more different.
China isn't content playing a critical role in the U.S. economy by gobbling up chunks of the national debt. Now the global powerhouse is exporting some of its most popular films to American theaters, courtesy of AMC Entertainment.
Gary Cooper was out, and "layered, tortured heroes" were in, Mr. Phillips says.
Yahoo! Movies executive producer Sean Phillips says filmmakers' attitude toward U.S. military action began to change in the 1960s when soldiers started dying in the jungles of Vietnam.