Alex Navarro pretty much said EXACTLY what I was going to say. Nailed it.
It was a great header/subheader. I think Navarro's writing has improved significantly over the last few months.
Really? "Because of course [it is/they are/they did/etc.]" is pretty much Alex's catchphrase. Sure, it's a pertinent header this time, but he still heavily overuses it everywhere but The Guns of Navarro, where he writes somewhat more formally. Seriously, go back and watch any Happy Hour or TNT or Quick Look where Alex mentions the actions of a movie studio, director, large publisher, or real any well known business entity: he is all but guaranteed to use that phrase.
It's a little semantically frustrating, since the phrase following "because" isn't actually a reason or cause, and is instead merely expressing that it's the behaviour you would expect. It barely means anything.
I think Alex can be a fine writer, but I still am not a fan of him when he is speaking conversationally, because all of his turns of phrase are trying too hard to be sarcastic and some barely make any sense.