(FILES) This file photo taken on March 13, 2017 shows actress Emma Watson attending the New York special screening of Disney's live-action adaptation 'Beauty and the Beast' at Alice Tully Hall in New York City. / AFP / ANGELA WEISS
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Malaysia stood by its decision to bar "Beauty and the Beast" from cinemas without a "gay moment" being cut as the worldwide rollout of the Walt Disney movie began Thursday.Starring Emma Watson as young Belle who falls in love with the Beast, the film features a gay character for the first time in Disney's history.The film opened in neighboring Singapore Thursday with a "parental guidance" rating.In next-door Indonesia, which has the world's largest Muslim population, the movie opens Friday with a 13+ classification and without any cuts.A U.S. evangelist preacher said last week that the film was trying to promote an LGBT agenda to children.
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