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Two British Cuts; Bloomberg as Spider-Man?

  • Bloomberg The Mayor of London cut the annual funding budget of Film London, the U.K. capital's film and media agency by 22% this year. Variety reports that funding decreases have occurred across every arts sector. (subscription required)
  • The Weinstein Co. will remove the current R-rated version of "The King's Speech" from theaters and on April 1 release a PG-13 version of the acclaimed film. The Hollywood Reporter says the producers muted numerous "fucks" and other times replaced that word with "shit." Apparently the latter is less offensive.
  • Two sources told the New York Times that web shenanigans may ensue at Saturday night's annual Inner Circle charity dinner. City Hall press corps will perform skits at the event and reportedly Bloomberg will work in some material from "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark", such as flying. If trained professionals can do it, why not him?

Pictured: Mayor Michael Bloomberg (Photos: Getty Images)

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