Also, 'Spartacus' begins recasting, Ryan Seacrest gets bigger and Kanye collaborates
- Next gallery - 2011 Best Supporting Actress Oscar Contenders
- Previous gallery - Exclusive: New images of Kristen Stewart from 'Welcome to the Rileys'
Universal removing gay slur from 'Dilemma' trailer
After pressure from GLAAD and Anderson Cooper, Universal Pictures is changing the trailer for its upcoming comedy "The Dilemma." The reason is because of controversy over the beginning of the preview where Vince Vaughn's character tells a board room "Electric cars are gay. Not homosexual gay, but my parents are chaperoning the dance gay." Directed by Ron Howard, the picture also stars Kevin James, Jennifer Connelly, Winona Ryder and Queen Latifah. It finds Vaughn trying to figure out how to tell his best friend (James) that his wife (Ryder) is cheating on him. Anderson mentioned the moment in the preview as an example of negative stereotypes the context of a number of suicides of gay teens because of bullying over the few weeks. To check out the trailer and the scene in question, click here.