Sony Entertainment will now make clean versions of movies that have a more mature content and Seth Rogen, who does a lot of work with Sony is not happy about it.
Movies that have scenes of “graphic violence, offensive language, sexual innuendo and other adult content” will be edited out or removed, they’re calling it “The Clean Version” initiative. So now you won’t have to choose between watching the original movie or “clean edits.” Sony will make these “edited for content” versions available for free.
The Clean Version program has already launched 24 movies including, 50 First Dates, Big Daddy, Easy A, Grown Ups 1 and 2 and a bunch of Spider-Man movies.
A lot of parents online seem to really like this initiative but Seth Rogen is not a fan. He tweeted, “Holy sh*t please don’t do this to our movies. Thanks.”