Former “General Hospital” star Antonio Sabato Jr. has his first script after revealing plans to create a conservative-based Hollywood studio.
“I have a script called ‘Trailblazers’ with a bunch of awesome actors [and] friends of mine that are going to be in it,” Sabato Jr. told Fox News over Zoom. “I wrote this for them. And I wrote this for patriots out there.” (RELATED: Antonio Sabato Jr. To Cuomo On Immigration: ‘I Know You’re Trying To Be A Smart A**)
“We want to make films,” he reportedly added. “I want to make films about this country. I want to make films about our police officers. I want to make films about Jesus Christ if I want to, and about our country as a nation, about our flag.
My vote goes to President @realDonaldTrump is really that simple.
Thank you, Sir. ????????
— Antonio Sabáto Jr ???????? (@AntonioSabatoJr) August 26, 2020
Sabato Jr.’s idea for a conservative-based Hollywood studio comes after he claims he was “blacklisted” from the industry following his speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
“I was the first celebrity to come out and talk about the president, and he had my vote from day one,” Sabato Jr. told Variety back in March. “I was the first one to say he was going to win. My integrity is intact. What I believe in is still intact. What doesn’t break you makes you stronger – that’s what they say. So I’m stronger than ever, and I didn’t have to lie about who I am.”
“I was blacklisted,” the actor added. “All my representatives left me, from agents to managers to commercial agents. I literally had to move, find a new job to survive and take care of my kids.”