Now, I don't normally endorse any kind of censorship, and I don't want to sound like a total schoolmarm over here. If this part was being played by someone who was, you know, over 18 (admittedly, Cyrus will be over 18 before the film is released), I would be okay with it, and artistically that doesn't seem like too insane a compromise. Ashley Greene is my age, after all, and she is playing Miley Cyrus's contemporary. Those 6 or so years make a big difference, in terms of the morality of being forced by a film to think about a character's pubic region, don't they? (Ashley Greene, for the record, is playing a much sluttier character, apparently, which is "completely against type" according to HL. Ya Burnt, Ashley Greene!) Or do they? Maybe it's the rock and roll spirit left in my bones from The Runaways, but I feel like maybe I am wrong for saying this is wrong. Am I wrong?
Previously: The Runaways, Revisited