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Universal Studios Hollywood pulls Bill & Ted show under fire of homophobia claims

Bill Ted HHN show

 

NBCUniversal has taken quick and strong action regarding this matter and also started a productive dialogue around future ‘Bill & Ted’ programming to ensure that all park visitors can have an enjoyable experience. This decision falls in line with NBCUniversal’s history of including groundbreaking and positive depictions of LGBT people across its brands.

 

GLAAD Spokesperson Wilson Cruz, on the decision by Universal Studios Hollywood to cancel the remaining run on its Halloween Horror NightsBill & Ted show, which featured a reportedly homophobic take on Superman. (Hollywood Reporter)

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