14 countries have banned Disney’s upcoming film “Light Year” because of its gay character in the film.
This is not the first time Disney movies have been banned, with some Arab countries recently announcing a ban on screening of Dr. Strange in the Multiverses of Madness due to homosexuality.
And “Lighttier”, starring American actor Chris Evans in the lead role (Buzz Lightyear) in “Buzz is Flying”, a dynamic character based on the “Toy Story” film series.
As Disney’s works continue to be banned, the US “wiki rankings” website tracks Disney movies and the reason for the ban.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest
For bizarre reasons, China has announced that it has banned the screening of “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” star Tom Cruise, and that China’s fear of ghosts and the inability to distinguish between actress Keira Knightley and actor Orlando. Bloom.
In fact, since ghostbusters are banned for the same reason, China is very afraid of ghost movies, especially movies that promote a flying culture.
Beauty and the Beast
“Beauty and the Beast”, starring Emma Watson, is one of the most banned films in Malaysia and Alabama due to its portrayal of homosexuals.
The cartoon Duck or Donald Duck is considered one of the banned works in Germany because it covers Hitler’s Nazi regime, which is why many American works were banned in Germany.
“Lighter”, starring Chris Evans and Taika Waittiti, deals with the origin of the Buzz Lightyear game, and is the reason why the animated film was banned because of Buzz’s best friend marrying another woman. , And a scene in the movie includes a quick kiss between them.
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