Fox's summer sci-fi comedy Neighborhood Watch has been renamed The Watch, after concerns that the film would remind people of the Trayvon Martin case. And it's tough to blame them: the original poster featured a "Neighborhood Watch" sign complete with a shadowy figure and bullet holes. Trayvon Martin was shot by real-life Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman, currently facing charges of second-degree murder.
Twentieth Century Fox movie studio on Tuesday said it is removing posters and a promotional trailer for its summer comedy "Neighborhood Watch" from theaters in Florida following the death of teenager Trayvon Martin. "We are very sen... Read Post
Well this just sucks. Due to the tragic Trayvon Martin shooting by a civillian who wasn’t even part of a Neighborhood Watch program, Twentieth Century Fox has decided to pull all current promotional trailers/posters of their upcomin... Read Post