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Why The Magnificent Seven Doesn't Use Racial Slurs Like Quentin Tarantino's Westerns

Director Antoine Fuqua opened up about the language Quentin Tarantino uses in his Westerns -- specifically the overuse of the N-word -- and why you don't hear it in the new Magnificent Seven.
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