Last night, my timeline erupted when writer Michaela Barton tweeted that she was watching the indie comedy Booksmart on a plane and the entire lesbian kiss and hookup scene was cut from the movie. Of course, the heterosexual kiss scenes stayed. Director Olivia Wilde, the cast of Booksmartand others commented about this on Twitter, slamming the fact that the scene was cut:.
Delta Air Lines has pledged to no longer show edited versions of Rocketman and Booksmart after claims that gay sex scenes and references had been removed from in-flight versions of the films. Controversy arose last Monday 28 October when Booksmart director Olivia Wilde was alerted on Twitter that Etihad Airways had cut a gay sex scene from the film. Other followers claimed that they had also watched cut versions of the film on airlines including Delta and Emirates, along with a cut version of the Elton John biopic Rocketman that omitted a gay sex scene.
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Sex in film is the presence of sexuality in a film. Since the development of the medium, the presence in films of any form of sexuality has been controversial. Some films containing sex scenes have been criticized by religious groups or have been banned or the subject of censorship by governments, or both.
Which is good, because nobody should be masturbating in a movie theater. A source tells us, "They felt it would be too much, so they have dialed [the sex scenes] back. Still, a producer for the film tells E!
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Despite early trailers showing third person cut scenes the whole of Cyberpunk will now be playable only in first person, at least according to the latest info. The news come via a slightly convoluted route, starting off with a German interview which was translated by fans on the CD Projekt Red forumwho then went on to try and clarify the news via the official Twitter channel. The biggest clue is that there are no third person cut scenes in the most recent footage that was released, which was cut down from a longer minute demo we saw at E3 and Gamescom.
By Laura Fox For Mailonline. Speaking to Dolly Alderton on the Love Stories podcast the actress, 31, said the scene was removed because writers felt that viewers 'didn't need to see that. Vanessa also revealed that a similarly explicit scene between her character Princess Margaret and Matthew Goode's Anthony Armstrong-Jones was also filmed but never released. Vanessa explained that the scene in question featured Queen Elizabeth when she was played by Claire Foy, and Matt Smith's Prince Phillip, when they filming the Commonwealth tour in South Africa for the first series.
Male directors, and their limited understanding of female sexuality, have been the ones to codify our expectations of contemporary erotic thrillers. With 's Fatal Attraction and 's Basic Instinctdirectors Adrian Lyne and Paul Verhoeven established many of the tropes we tend to associate with the genre: A woman -- often young, white, and skinny -- driven by her appetite for sex, violence, or both, becomes a source of desire, confusion, and ultimately torment for the film's traditionally masculine hero. Erotic thrillers tend to function as fearful reactions to the cultural aversion of expressive female sexuality, to the point of overrepresentation within these narratives.