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Hollywood Faces Up With Government Demands On a sad day of loss the entertainment world continues to reel in the aftermath of the worst terrorist action in recorded history Last Wednesday studios and TV networks reopened but Hollywood still struggled to cope with the traumatic attacks on New York and Washington DC All the movie studios tried to pull out all terrorist-themed films from the fall release schedule And now Warners production scrapped the October 5 release of Arnold Schwarzeneggers Collateral Damage and shut down the films website and recalled all promotional materials Sorry to say that there still is no release date for this film Hollywood has had a lot to deal with ever since this tragic terrorist act on the World Trade Center Its argument with the United States government in whether is should allow the violence in already upcoming movies to be released to the public People are really confused on what to do because of the violence rating that will have to be supervised and carefully run through so that some people dont have to watch violence on TV anymore Or yet have focusing on the type of violence is being showed Hollywood executives also re-evaluated new films and television shows to remove elements involving terrorism conspiracies or anti-American sentiment Although the government does have a point in this case not to release any type of terrorist violence due to this tragedy is understandable Many people feared those details could now be deemed tasteless to some Even films and ad campaigns that didnt directly involve terrorism or images of New Yorks former skyline were being withdrawn Another production company DreamWorks began removing ads Thursday for the military prison drama The Last Castle because it featured an upside-down flag - a symbol of distress Studio officials said they feared the so-called teaser
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