Haz Soleiman, who plays a gay character in the movie Eternals, spoke about the fact that the film was banned in Middle Eastern countries: “Disney’s reaction excites me.”
Lebanese-born American actor eternity plays a gay character, Haz SolomonRecently, he said he was touched when he learned of Disney’s response to the ban on showing the movie in several countries in the Middle East, due to the MCU LGBTQ+ movie’s content.
“They held up and said, “No, we won’t compromise the integrity of our film.” Move me.Solomon explained Friday afternoon.Thanks to their attitude, Disney made all these Arab countries look very ignorant and pathetic“.
Variety confirmed, on Thursday, that the film was banned on November 11 in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar, before it was shown in the Gulf region. Movies with LGBTQ+ content often go through a series of cuts in order to appease censors around the world, but Disney refused to edit their new movie this time around.
“I don’t respect those governmentsHaz Suleiman added, ending his talk on “Eternals”.They showed the world that they are not only a disgrace to humanity, but a disgrace to God, and we hope that this fact will inspire the Saudi and Kuwaiti people and the people of Qatar, we hope that they will be able to respond.“.
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