Newswire: Judd Apatow says Sony can shove its clean versions of movies up its ass
Director Judd Apatow has offered up his opinion of Sony’s new trial program to offer “clean” versions of some of its films as extras to people who purchase digital versions via services like iTunes and VUDU: The company can shove the whole project up its collective ass.
— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) June 13, 2017
Apatow’s comments—reminiscent of a similar sentiment from his friend Seth Rogen, last week—are the more vulgar version of complaints that have been issued by the Directors Guild Of America. Per Variety, the DGA is protesting the inclusion of these “clean” versions—which are the same ones that are already edited for broadcast on airplanes and TV—as available downloads for digital viewing.
“Directors have the …