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Margot Robbie wells up when her brother surprises her in an interview

Sibling mockery is everywhere. SEE ALSO: The 'Best Actress' losing nominees hugging it out might be the sweetest moment from this year's Oscars Margot Robbie gave an interview to MTV Australia on Monday for Peter Rabbit.  This wasn't your average interview however. Show More Summary

Members Screening of Peter Rabbit

Sony Pictures Invites ASIFA Members and their families (ASIFA Member +3) to a membership screening of Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous hero who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent, comedy with attitude. Show More Summary

February’s Six Biggest Food Stories

Dave Chang on Ugly Delicious, Olive Garden’s pasta nachos, and a Peter Rabbit controversy This week on the Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the most interesting food stories of February. We discuss the Peter Rabbit allergy controversy;...Show More Summary

The Puerile Emptiness of “Peter Rabbit

Rebecca Mead on what the new “Peter Rabbit” movie, directed by Will Gluck, gets wrong about Beatrix Potter’s storytelling.

Ezra Koenig – “I Promise You”

Last week, we heard "I Promise You," a song Ezra Koenig cowrote for the animated children's film Peter Rabbit as performed by James Corden who voices the leading bunny. Today, Koenig shared a new version of the song which he sings on. It's a delightful ditty about love and loss and irreplaceable companionship. Listen below.

Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig Releases New Peter Rabbit Song: Listen

“I Promise You” was originally sung by James Corden on the film’s soundtrack

In Allergy Bullying, Food Can Hurt

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An attack with allergens shown in a “Peter Rabbit” scene mirrors real-life threats to kids’ health, parents say.

Review: The Real Problem with “Peter Rabbit”’s Allergy Scene

For the critic Richard Brody, a controversial scene about a blackberry allergy in Will Gluck’s “Peter Rabbit,” a film adaptation of the Beatrix Potter children’s stories, confuses the movie's moral authority.

Here’s Why So Many People Are Upset About the 'Peter Rabbit' Movie

Filmgoers are boycotting the children's film ‘Peter Rabbit’ over a scene they claim makes light of severe food allergies.

Daily Podcast: Willy Wonka, Peter Rabbit, House Party, Kitty Pride, Netflix, Kung Fury & More

On the February 13, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman, and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including a Kung Fury feature film, another Netflix...Show More Summary

Peter Rabbit’ Causes Controversy With Food Allergy Joke 

Peter Rabbit may seem like a harmless children’s movie full of CGI creatures making pop culture jokes, but some audiences are hopping mad over one specific scene. In the scene in question, Peter Rabbit and his furry friends exploit a food allergy of their human nemesis, Mr. Show More Summary

Here's Why Parents Are Boycotting The New 'Peter Rabbit' Movie

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At first glance, the most objectionable thing about the new “Peter Rabbit” movie is either James Corden voicing the mischievous bunny or Rose Byrne wasting her considerable talents on this film at all.

Sony & Filmmakers Sorry For ‘Peter Rabbit’ Making Fun Of Food Allergies

There’s a scene in Sony Animation’s new Peter Rabbit in which the title bunny and his critter buddies try to take down their human rival by weaponizing blackberries — knowing he is allergic to them. Parents and advocacy groups were not...Show More Summary

Food allergy sufferers win apology over 'Peter Rabbit'

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Movie studio Sony Pictures apologized on Monday for a scene in its "Peter Rabbit" children's film after an online outcry from sufferers of food allergies.

Peter Rabbit Gets Boycotted by Angry Parents, Sony Apologizes

Overprotective parents claim new family movie Peter Rabbit promotes allergy bullying.

Peter Rabbit’ food-allergy fight scene draws an apology from filmmakers

Peter Rabbit is in trouble again, and this time his most recent creators are the ones making the apologies. And it's all because of a food allergy. In Sony Pictures' new "Peter Rabbit" film, Beatrix Potter's famous garden animals try to get the better of farm owner Tom McGregor, who wants them...

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