Can we learn anything about this year's Oscar race from the Gotham nominations?                "What They Had" finds welcome humor in a tragic setting                Glenn Close, Hugh Jackman and Director Damien Chazelle to Receive Hollywood Film Awards                Ben Foster continues a hot streak with “Galveston”                Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan have captured brilliance with "Wildlife"                Amandla Stenberg, John David Washington, Yalitza Aparicio, Felix Van Groeningen & Crazy Rich Asians To Receive Hollywood Film Awards                David Gordon Green puts his stamp on "Halloween" and crafts a terrific sequel                "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" deliciously pairs Richard E. Grant with Melissa McCarthy                "22 July" sees Paul Greengrass effectively depict another tragic historical event                Timothée Chalamet and Rachel Weisz to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards                Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet are gunning for awards with "Beautiful Boy"                "Bad Times At The El Royale" is overstuffed yet pulpy fun from Drew Goddard                87 films will contend for Best Foreign Language Feature this year                "First Man" is another stunning achievement for Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling                Updated Academy Award predictions for early October        

Harvey Weinstein wants to edit Oscar-nominated “King’s Speech?”


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: One would assume a movie that scores a group-leading 12 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, was pretty close to flawless.

So why does Harvey Weinstein want to make changes to Tom Hooper’s “The King’s Speech?”

Weinstein reportedly would like to edit the R-rated “Speech,” which features foul language (but with a purpose), down to PG-13 or even PG so Hooper’s inspirational story can reach larger audiences, according to the L.A. Times.

“The British numbers are huge because the rating lets families see the movie together,” said Weinstein. “Tom and I are trying to find a unique way to do this that keeps his vision of the movie.”

It’s the next step in an aggressive “King’s Speech” campaign that begins this weekend with new Oscar advertising and an expansion to more theaters. The film, which stars Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush in the story of stuttering King George VI, has earned $57.9 million to date.

Follow Hollywood News on Twitter for up-to-date news information.

Hollywood News, Hollywood Awards, Awards, Movies, News, Award News, Breaking News, Entertainment News, Movie News, Music News

About HollywoodNews.com

Doing our best to bring you "The Pulse of New Hollywood®." Follow us @hollywoodnews

Follow us

Breaking Hollywood News   


UPDATES BY EMAIL

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.