Sony Won’t Release ‘Clean’ Movie Cuts Without Director’s Blessing
In the latest twist regarding Sony’s decision to release sanitized versions of some of its movie titles, the studio has announced that no “clean” movie cuts will be released without the director’s approval. The studio’s decision last week to alter 24 of their PG-13 and R-rated films was met with strong opposition from many. The initial plan was to release alternate versions of some of their most popular titles – such as Easy A, Ghostbusters, Moneyball, Step Brothers and Talladega Nights – to customers on iTunes, Vudu, and Fandango Now.
Citing a desire to respond to “specific customer feedback” with their so-called Clean Version initiative, the edited versions of the initial 24 films ...
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