While she signed up for the show’s premise, Nizewitz alleges she didn’t realize that would mean she would be shown naked below the waist, given that the show is supposed to blur out contestants’ private parts, the story reports.In a beach scene in the July 31 episode, Nizewitz claims the program “as broadcast, shows Plaintiff’s wrestling takedown of her date, but Defendants did not blur out her vagina and anus, which were fully exposed to all viewers,” according to the complaint.
It's unclear if any of the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers will reprise their roles for the upcoming movie, but The Huffington Post felt like it was morphin' time and reached out to early cast members to talk about the putty-fighting days. I'd come home sometimes and there were 150 people in our house that we didn't know. And the funny thing was I didn't know them because they were off the show by the time I got there. The original cast often talks about the long hours and little pay that was given to the actors. John said that production company Saban Entertainment's idea of treating the actors well was just providing a good food spread.
It was disappointing, it was frustrating, it made a lot of us angry.
[Haim Saban] just had absolutely zero conscience about making billions using our faces because it was his idea and he owned it. I don't want to put works in his mouth but he could not have cared less about making all this money, because he had this ownership.
was four and a half hours long, which he then cut down to a "slim three and a half hours". There's a weird cut in the theatrical version, going from the four leaving the hotel to Erin alone at her home.
In the end, the movie was 114 minutes, but the extended cut (available on DVD and Blu-ray on October 12, available in digital form now) has added 15 minutes of extra moments. This was, for most of us, the biggest plot hole in the film.