Parents and teenagers who appear in the documentary "Bully" pleaded Thursday with former Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.), now the head of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), to change the film's R rating.
Robert L. Camina wasn’t at the Rainbow Lounge in the early morning hours of June 28, 2009, when police and state agents converged on the Fort Worth gay bar but, like many others, read about it hours later on Facebook.
“I had to read the posts a number of times just to make sure I really understood what was going on. It just seemed so absurd. ... These stories of just shock and trauma were being posted online,” said Camina, a Dallas filmmaker.
Josh Hutcherson may be busy on a whirlwind Hunger Games promotional tour, but he is still making time to give back!
Recently the 19-year-old actor made a surprise visit to a high school in south central Los Angeles, and spoke with the Gay Straight Alliance on behalf of Straight But Not Narrow, an anti-bullying campaign he is very closely involved with. Celebuzz has this exclusive photo as he graciously signed SBNN gear during the meeting, where he discussed the importance of straight allies for gay youth.
Katy Butler came all the way from Ann Arbor, MI to deliver a message to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) this morning and with her she brought the support of over 200,000 people from around the world. Katy started a petition on change.org after hearing the movie Bully received an R rating from the MPAA and the film’s distributor lost its appeal to lower the rating to PG-13.
Actor Christopher Plummer finally added an Oscar to his trophy shelf Sunday night, when he won the award for Best Supporting Actor at the 84th annual Academy Awards for his role as an elderly gay man in the film Beginners.