Movies & TV

Eyeing big China box office, Hollywood bows to censorship: report

Tom Cruise makes a surprise appearance in Hall H to promote 'Top Gun: Maverick' at the Convention Center during Comic Con in San Diego, California, July 18, 2019. The lure of the massive Chinese market has led Hollywood to readily self-censor. Afraid of offending Chinese censors, screenwriters, producers and directors in the US film industry are changing scripts, deleting scenes and altering other content, including deleting the Taiwanese flag from Cruise's bomber jacket in the upcoming 'Top Gun

 

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