Anti-Islam film rage gives Hollywood jitters

London: Filmmakers in Hollywood are terrified of inciting further retribution against America over a string of new films showing the US mission to kill Osama Bin Laden.

Shooting for two films has completed and they are scheduled for release before Christmas, with a third awaiting the go-ahead. All are under scrutiny after protests across the Islamic world and killing of the US ambassador in Libyan city of Benghazi over the anti-Islam US film on Prophet Mohammed, Daily Express reported Sunday.

At least one fearful studio has asked an Islamic cleric to vet its script.

Senior executives at another studio have entered into intense briefing sessions with US State Department officials to minimise or expunge any content which otherwise might be viewed as offensive.

Filmmakers are worried that fundamentalists could target cinemas where the films are playing, with one admitting: "We are even asking if we dare release anything on this subject."


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