Jerry Seinfeld apologises for “uncomfortable sexual aspect” of ‘Bee Movie’

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We really don’t want to pursue this as an idea in children’s entertainment.”

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Jerry Seinfeld addresses one aspect of his animated film Bee Movie He added that “not really suitable for kids.”

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The comedian apologized about the “uncomfortably sexual aspect” of the film, which included his beehive character Barry and the human character Vanessa (Renee Zellweger). The Tonight Show.

“Looks like Bee has something for the girl. We really don’t want to pursue this as an idea in children’s entertainment,” he said.


Seinfeld isn’t the first person in the film to comment on its questionable central ties. Co-writer Spike Feresten makes reference to “strange” undertones in the story, saying that people either “entertain or despise”.

‘Bee Movie’. credit: Alamy

“We’ll write this dialogue for Barry and Vanessa and read it and remind ourselves, well, it’s a little bee saying this, and little bee is fighting with her boyfriend, so let’s get it back to buddies.” dial it up, and make it less romantic, because it’s getting weirder,” he added. The New Statesman.

During this, Seinfeld The sitcom has been released in its entirety on Netflix for the first time.

However, fans in the US are upset that the aspect ratio of the streaming platform is cutting out some important jokes from the show.

An example was the season eight episode “The Pothole” when the actual pit that the character makes an important joke with George Costanza is cut out entirely.


One fan called the crop “invisible”, while another said it “ruined” the viewing experience. Many compared it to episodes of Disney+ simpson When he also changed the aspect ratio, cutting out the main jokes.

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