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Delta Air Lines will show the unedited versions of “Advantage” and “Rocketman” on the in-flight movie selection, after critics called the airline and for the suppression of sexuality, including same-sex love, and in the deleted scenes.
The company said in a statement on Thursday that they did not ask to be “homosexual in content” to be removed from the film.
“We appreciate that our in-flight entertainment options as well as a way to reflect the diversity of the world,” the company said. “We are reviewing the activities of our third-party edit, party suppliers, to ensure that they are in line with our shared values of diversity and inclusion.”
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The issue of censorship came up, when the “Advantage” director, Olivia Wild, cried, deleted scenes, the lesbian sex and masturbation. In the edited version, he said, they also censored the word “vagina” and “lesbian.”
“What message is this sending to viewers, especially to women? That is, their bodies are obscene? That their sexuality is shameful?” Wanted to be tweeted.
The actor-producer said that Delta, which is without the name of the airline, worked directly with a third-party company that edits the movies “on the basis of what they find appropriate.”
“I urge each and every carrier, especially the ones who take pride in the containment, in order to stop the work of the third-party company, and the trust and confidence of the parental advisory warning to viewers to sign up if they want to,” she added.
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Delta had earlier been accused by the removal of the sex scenes in “Rocketman,” and the Elton John biopic.
“In the Delta today and found out that the Rocketman has been stripped of nearly every homosexual reference, or the scene in which [Elton John] fought to keep the movie in the regular version with a simple, chaste kiss,” tweeted Entertainment Weekly’s digital director Shana Krochmal.
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The Delta is in “immediate start-up of a new process for the management of the content that is available via Delta’s entertainment,” a spokesman said in a statement to Fox News.
“The studios provide video in one of two forms: the theatrical, the original version and the edited version. We have chosen to use the edited version, and now, to realize the content is within our guidelines, are unnecessarily excluded from both of the movies. We are working to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”
“The studio has agreed to a special Delta, editing, and preserving of the LGBTQ+ love scenes in both ‘Advantage’ and ‘Rocketman’ on your flights as soon as possible,” the spokesperson added.