Cameron was bummed and (ironically) took to his Facebook account to say, “This is my most personal film about faith, hope, and love, and about why God allows bad things to happen to good people. What ‘abusive’ or ‘unsafe’ about that?!”
On Friday, however, both sites reversed their decisions and allowed the video to stream, something Cameron credits with pressure from his faithful fan base.
There is indeed something disturbing about the censorship power of these websites. Sure, they are technically private and not bound to the U.S. Constitution, but when you serve more than 2 billion daily users collectively you wield great power. How long will they remain “benevolent dictators?”
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“Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson wed his boyfriend, Justin Mikita, in New York on Saturday.
“Glee” will deal with the death of star Cory Monteith by having his character on the show, Finn Hudson, die in a “tribute episode.”
A&E aired its last episode of “Intervention” over the weekend, boasting a 64 percent sobriety success rate for the 243 substance abusers it featured.
Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher has reportedly split with his wife in the wake of his alleged paternity scandal.
Looks like Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds’ film “R.I.P.D” is the latest in a growing list of 2013 box-office bombs.
Singer Selena Gomez is 21.
Musician Rufus Wainwright is 40.
Actor David Spade (“Grown Ups”) is 49.
Actor Willem Dafoe (“Nymphomaniac”) is 58.
Actor Albert Brooks (“Drive”) is 66.
Singer Don Henley of The Eagles is 66.
Actor Danny Glover (“Death at a Funeral”) is 67.
Musician George Clinton is 72.
TV host Alex Trebek (“Jeopardy!) is 73.
Actress Louise Fletcher (“One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”) is 79.