Fans of the Back to the Future movie franchise were in a bit of an uproar recently when it was discovered the version of Back to the Future: Part II available to stream on Netflix was edited in a way to censor the content. Now, the screenwriter of the film is clearing the air about this cut of the film.
Truthfully, the change is small. In the original cut of the film, Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) discovered a magazine called Oh La La inside the dustcover of the sports almanac he was searching for. In the version of the movie originally uploaded to Netflix, Marty still thumbs through the pages. However, the cover is not shown. The original cut is now available. According to Bob Gale, who wrote all three films in the franchise, it’s not the streaming service’s fault.
This is the original scene.
You cut out the magazine cover discovery and 2 lines from Marty.
And not even that well. Your edit was sloppy AF.
What gives? pic.twitter.com/93PRXa3TMQ
— Salty Nerd (@salty_nerd) May 19, 2020
“The blame is on Universal who somehow furnished Netflix an edited version of the movie,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “I learned about it some ten days ago from an eagle-eyed fan, and had the studio rectify the error. The version now running is the uncensored, unedited, original version.”
Continue Reading at GameSpot
Source: Game Spot Mashup