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How Hollywood Makes Last-Minute Changes In Response To Real-Life Massacres Like Newtown
Reviewing scheduled shows for scenes or jokes that are suddenly too sensitive. Revising or postponing promotions for new action films. And so on. There are now "established procedures for a quandary that has become all too common for Hollywood: how to react with compassion to horrific acts of violence while also protecting a business that often capitalizes on violent and crude entertainment." The New York Times 12/19/12
Posted December 20, 2012 12:52 AM

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