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‘Bully’ Documentary Gets Rating Change to PG-13

“Bully,” the anti-bullying documentary, is unrated no longer. The Classification and Rating Administration said it gave the film a PG-13 rating on Thursday, after the Weinstein Company submitted a newly edited version of a film that had earlier been rated R because of strong language.
Media Decoder (The New York Times)
April 6, 2012
April 3, 2012

Jenna Talackova Calls for a More Inclusive Miss Universe Competition

Following the announcement that the Miss Universe Organization would allow transgender contestant Jenna Talackova to compete, and that GLAAD would be working with Miss Universe to open the pageant up to the trans community, Talackova says she wants pageant owner Donald Trump to make sure “no one else has to suffer the discrimination I have had to endure.”

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Neil Patrick Harris To Return As Tony Awards Host

Via press release: Golden Globe-nominated and Emmy Award-winning actor, Neil Patrick Harris, will return as host of the 2012 Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards® on Sunday, June 10th, live from the Beacon Theatre in New York City. This will be the third time that Harris has hosted the telecast...
Joe. My. God.
April 3, 2012


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