At 0:36, Morgan Freeman's character says, "It will start a revolution that will free us all." This is basically being set up like The Hunger Games (the first film), and that's not such a big deal, but what is an enormous deal is the presence of Jesus in the film. Now, like Warcraft and Ghostbusters, it's possible that there are elements in the film which is going to sway the outcome, and I am keeping that in mind; what's at stake is Ben-Hur turning into Judas Iscariot and the filmmakers twisting Christianity into a political message rather than the religious and spiritual message Christ came to share; remember, Judas wanted Jesus to start a political revolution, and Judas was willing to betray Christ to start that revolution, thinking Jesus would use His powers to save Himself so He would be crowned king and Israel would be free of Rome; that's kind of how I am thinking this is going to go, and there is a serious consequence for it.
That's really all I am going to say about it, except this, I am going to say this: I told you so. I told you socialists were trying to get control over what we eat and if this trailer doesn't communicate that, I don't know what will. On a not-so-different-note, is Level Up:
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