Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse The film will no longer be shown in the United Arab Emirates after failing the country’s censorship requirements.
One scene in the Into the Spider-Verse sequel has a poster in the background with a transgender flag on it with the slogan “Protect Transgender Lives.” type According to the report, their sources said this was one of the reasons why the film failed the requirements.
The film is now banned in the United Arab Emirates, less than a week before its release date (June 22). However, this does follow the trend of many films with LGBTQ+ content coming from the United Arab Emirates.
last summer, Pixar’s Light Years It has not been released domestically as a feature of the movie same-sex kiss Between two lesbian space rangers. The film was also banned in Kuwait, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia for the same reason.
gentleman Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse is also reportedly not opening in Saudi Arabia for the same reasons as the United Arab Emirates ban.
co-director Kemp Powers recently opened About that gripping ending.
“It’s really important to have this thing where Miles wants to save his father, but then he’s faced with this Pottersville version of the world that was created because of what happened to him,” Powers said. explain.
“It’s not going to be as simple as he wants to escape the world. He’s going to try to do the right thing for those who he thinks are doing the wrong thing, and when we enter third movie“
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Now in theaters.
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