A theater owner in the western US state of Oklahoma says the theater never implemented a plan to fast-forward through a gay kiss in a Disney/Pixar movie recently released.
The theater had posted a warning sign regarding the kiss and its intention to fast forward through the brief kiss scene in Light yearpart of the toy story franchise.
The sign said management discovered the kiss between two women after booking the film, adding that “we’ll do our best to move this scene along quickly, but that may not be accurate.”
Instead, the owner of Kingfisher’s theater told local broadcaster KOCO 5 that the film’s hiatus plan was never executed at any of the film’s screenings.
Some countries banned the film because of the kiss.