NEW YORK ‚ÄĒ The newest Hollywood types set to get a nip here and a snip there are not the actors -- but the movies themselves.
Tinseltown has long been accused of creating gratuitously explicit and violent flicks. Now some frustrated viewers looking for cleaner content are taking matters into their own hands -- from companies selling sanitized versions of hit movies to activists demanding edits from already-released films.
"A lot of movies take it as far as they can go. They feel like they have to show violence or sex," said Atlanta parent Julie Avila Stuckmann, who has a 14-month-old daughter. "It would be nice if I could rent something knowing there wasn't going to be much of that in there."