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Adam Sandler’s ‘Pixels’ Edited by Sony to Appease Chinese Censors

In Adam Sandler’s movie “Pixels,” space aliens blast a number of iconic monuments, but it’s no accident they by-passed China’s Great Wall. Sony Pictures Entertainment edited the scene to appease the Chinese government, according to an explosive new report. This time it wasn’t fear of a cyber attack like the one it suffered when the Sony comedy “The Interview,” offended North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un....

Dakota Johnson Sex Scenes Too Hot; ’50 Shades of Grey’ Banned Overseas

Dakota Johnson’s erotic sex scenes with Jamie Dornan in “50 Shades of Grey,” are too steamy for movie goers in India, the nation’s government censors said today (Mar. 4) Bans are likely in other conservative countries, following the move. India, with 1.25 billion people is huge market for films; the nation even has its own thriving industry known as Bollywood. In all, it’s the sixth largest film market in the world, based on gross box office receipts....
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