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Quentin Tarantino Drops N-Bomb When Discussing Censorship At Golden Globes!

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Quentin Tarantino Drops N-Bomb Censorship Golden Globes

As the winner for Best Original Screenplay at the Golden Globes, Quentin Tarantino knows a thing or two about word choice.

Or does he?

Backstage after his win, reporters once again asked the filmmaker about the controversy surrounding Django's use of the epithet. Quentin responded:

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PSA Fights Homophobia With Censorship! But Not How You Think!

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Did you know the word 'faggot' was used on Twitter over 10 million times last year? This is an important [BLEEP]ing issue!

Canadian organization No Homophobes is using censorship to try to curb some of the horrible [BLEEP] people say without even [BLEEP]ing thinking about it!

Ch-ch-check out the [BLEEP]ing video (above) to see their clever PSA!

And for a real eye opener, go to NoHomophobes.com for a real time update on the use of homophobic language on Twitter.

Warning: it's not pretty, and it's definitely NSFW!

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Jaden Smith Denies FILTHY Rant At Fan

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Jaden Smith Denies FILTHY Rant At Fan

Does Jaden Smith need his smart phone washed out with soap?

A nasty, foul-mouthed rant was posted onto Instagram on Monday, but was it the Karate Kid star or not?

Supposedly, Jaden came to the defense of a fan who was being bullied in a comment thread on his Instagram account @letsmakeitdotorg.

When the girl got upset about being called fat, Jaden retaliated with a little bullying of his own. This was posted on the account in question:

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Suri Cruise Studying Mandarin!

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We told you Suri Cruise was getting the best education money can buy!

Well apparently that includes learning Chinese! And going to China!

The multiculturalism is one of the aspects of The Avenues School that attracted Katie Holmes in the first place. Avenues plans to eventually offer its young students study abroad programs.

Hey, if it costs as much as college, it may as well have some of the benefits!

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Quote Of The Day

"If I had something that I could immediately wish for, I would love to be able to speak any language. Now that's a weird super power. It might not come in handy to rescue folks from a burning building, but I’ve always wished that whatever country I went to, wherever I met somebody who spoke a different language, that I could right away speak their language.”

- Barack Obama on his choice of superpower

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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Watch The Dictator's Opening Scene

LOLz!

If you're on the fence about going to see The Dictator in May, maybe the opening scene (above) from Sacha Baron Cohen's latest comedy will change your mind.

Ch-ch-check it out if you want to learn all about General Aladeen and what happens when you change the pronunciation of over 300 words to…Aladeen.

While Borat exposed some of the more ignorant aspects of our country, The Dictator may end up proving how lucky we really are to be living in it!

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Bully Gets A PG-13 Rating!!

FINALLY!!!

After WEEKS of protests, petitions and official statements, the dispute over the rating for the documentary Bully is finally over. The MPAA has finally decided to give the movie a PG-13 rating!!

In case you've been taking a nap for the past month or so, here's what you missed: the rating for Bully has been the center of a HUGE controversy.

The doc was made to educate KIDS on the effects of bullying, but the MPAA gave the pic an "R" rating cause of its adult language. It was pret-ty lame that kids couldn't see the movie, and the whole reason for making the film was lost. Eventually producers decided to release the doc as "Unrated" - meaning theater operators could decide who would be allowed to see the movie.

BUT now they've got their way — and all they had to do was remove three naughty words!

Bully's director, Lee Hirsch, released a statement saying:

"I feel completely vindicated with this resolution. While I retain my belief that PG-13 has always been the appropriate rating for this film, as reinforced by Canada's rating of a PG, we have today scored a victory from the MPAA."

We're sure Canada's rating did help, but celeb support from Justin Bieber, Ellen DeGeneres and Meryl Streep and MANY more didn't hurt either!

Now that you can… GO WATCH BULLY TODAY!

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