Teen Wolf Censored?

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  1. Scott Burke

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    The other day while watching the Teen Wolf DVD, I noticed when Scott and his father are talking about the after effects of transfiguration the next morning around the table(it is the same part where scott complains "I have a six dollar hair-cut, I mean I have problems."). That their mouths don't quite sinc with the works being said. Does anybody know why this is? Was this in the original theatrical release? If not, what is actually being said? THanks!
     
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    It might just be a bad loop.
     
  3. Vince Maskeeper

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    Josh might be right.

    However, I think they did tone down some of the lang in the film before release (like Galaxy Quest and countless others)-- after they realized it played better as a early teen movie than one targeted at college kids.

    -Vince
     
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    Unfortunately I think Galaxy Quest would have played better towards the adult. I still wish they'd do a follow up on that great concept.

    The deleted scenes were some of the funniest.
     
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    Maybe, although I know a lot of kids who enjoyed it. If nothing else, though, I wish they'd have changed Sigorney Weaver's exclamation a little less noticeably. [​IMG]
     
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    I think they missed the best opportunity with Wil Wheaton as the angry fan who felt the kid character was ruining the show... I'm sure he could have ad libbed an hour worth of great stuff from the various bashings he got for playing the young Wesley Crusher.

    Wil claims he offered to appear in the film, but they declined.
     

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