While Trump didn’t name the film he is referring to, it seems likely that he is tweeting about Universal Pictures’ The Hunt.
The satirical thriller sees “a dozen MAGA types [...] wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals”, the Hollywood Reporter previously explained.
Following the recent spate of mass shootings in the US, the film’s advertising campaign has been paused.
Trump’s tweets echoed earlier comments he made at a White House press conference, where he also called Hollywood racist.
He said: “They treat conservatives, Republicans, totally different than they treat others.”
The president, whose star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame has been repeatedly vandalised, also said “all of the heads of the biggest companies” in Hollywood would be meeting with him.
Earlier this week, Trump travelled to El Paso to visit a medical centre where survivors of last week’s mass shooting are being treated.
Eight people who survived the shooting are still being treated at the medical centre but they all refused to meet the president, the Washington Post reported.
He did meet Paul, a two-month-old baby who was orphaned when his parents were killed in the shooting. But a picture of Trump and First Lady Melania with the baby has attracted attention for all the wrong reasons.