The force is strong with Carrie Fisher!
The 59-year-old actress reprising her role as Princess General Leia in The Force Awakens has spoken out against a “Lord's Prayer” ad being banned by UK Cinemas because it could 'offend people'.
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Fisher told the Mail Online, “I have no idea why they would do that. Offended? No. People should get a life. I don’t think it is offensive to have a ‘power of prayer’ advert before Star Wars.”
The minute-long ad was supposed to be shown before The Force Awakens, but was turned down by Digital Cinema Media, which represents cinema chains. This was despite the fact the ad was approved by the Cinema Advertising Authority and the British Board of Film Classification.
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We can hope that SJWs choose to boycott the Force Awakens and deprive themselves of a potentially awesome movie because of Carrie Fisher's strong words.
H/T: Louder With Crowder
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