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Olivia Wilde is NOT here for the homophobic airline cut of her film Booksmart.
The actress and director responded with dismay and disappointment after a fan pointed out on Twitter that the coming-of-age comedy’s lesbian “hookup scene” was completely edited out of the in-flight movie.
Noting that while the specific intimate moment between actresses Kaitlyn Dever and Diana Silvers was omitted, similar romantic scenes between male and female characters were not.
The fan wrote:
“Tried watching Booksmart on the plane and they cut the ENTIRE lesbian hookup scene like not even a KISS was allowed! oh but don’t worry guys, the Straights got their kiss.”
Srsly? What year is this?
Wilde replied, calling the censorship a “bummer” before questioning what could make the scene “too obscene for airplane viewing” seeing as there was “no nudity.”
This is truly a bummer. There is no nudity in this scene. What makes it too obscene for airplane viewing? What airline?
Delta, for its part, has assigned any blame to the third-party editing company it apparently hires to provide its own edit of the movie. In a statement to People, the airline explained it runs the third party’s edit if anything in the unedited version doesn’t meet company guidelines, regardless of whether parts of the film that don’t violate Delta’s guidelines have already been cut.
And, to be clear, Delta said homosexual content does NOT violate its guidelines — despite the fact another fan claimed the word “lesbian” had also been censored from a Delta version of the film.
Censoring the word lesbian is just batshit insane what is going on 😳 https://t.co/Rdq2wh68QO
— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) October 28, 2019
For what it’s worth, Delta’s statement read:
“Delta’s content parameters do not in any way ask for the removal of homosexual content from the film. We value diversity and inclusion as core to our culture and our mission and will review our processes to ensure edited video content doesn’t conflict with these values.”
Please do. We don’t need to deal with homophobia and no leg room simultaneously.