The writer of the popular series ‘Back to the Future’ has asked fans not to oppose Netflix for the censored edition of part II which was premiered in the online platform for some time.
Followers of the series were raged when a small part of the 1989 based sequel was modified badly. But post that it has been swapped with a standard version. The change was made only when Marty sees it in the Oh La La cover page.
But Bob the writer of the classic trilogy clarified the actual reason and that it was not Netflix’s mistake.
Speaking on this Bob said: “The blame is on Universal who somehow furnished Netflix an edited version of the movie,” and “I learned about it some ten days ago from an eagle-eyed fan, and had the studio rectify the error. The version now running is the uncensored, unedited, original version.”
Adding to this he said: “Apparently, this was a foreign version which neither director Robert Zemeckis nor I even knew existed, for some country that had a problem with the Oh La La magazine cover. I asked that the studio destroy this version. FYI, Netflix does not edit films — they only run the versions that are supplied to them. So they’re blameless. You can direct your ire at Universal, but I think they will be a lot more careful in the future — and with ‘the future.’”
All three sequels of the series are now available on Netflix.