Daniel Radcliffe in Jungle. (Video grab)
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Lebanese authorities pulled Australian drama "Jungle" from movie theaters Monday, two weeks after its first screening.The film is a biographical survival movie starring Daniel Radcliffe that depicts Israeli adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg's expedition to Bolivia. Another controversy was simmering Monday over the movie "Beirut," a Hollywood production about a CIA operative who is kidnapped in Beirut as war rages.The screening of Spielberg's latest film, "The Post," was also banned Sunday, as the director is blacklisted by the Arab League's boycott office.
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