April Fools? The Weinstein Company announced today that the PG-13 version of big Oscar winner The King's Speech
will open on April 1. The film was originally rated R for a string of expletives uttered by Colin Firth
as his character, King George VI, attempts to break through his stutter. Because violence is OK but a couple instances of the word '****' aren't, that was enough to land the film with an R.
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