The time has come. This year's Best Picture Oscar winner, 'The King's Speech,' is heading back to screens in a new, Harvey Weinstein–approved, PG-13 edition.

The Weinstein Company has issued a press release stating that their "family-friendly" version will hit screens on April 1, and will be the only version in theaters. (Meaning: If you didn't see it yet, you can only see it on the big screen in all of its muted glory.)

TWC distribution head Eric Lomis says: "We are thankful to the MPAA for their wisdom and swift action in approving the release of 'The King's Speech PG-13' release. The action enables those whom it speaks most directly -- young people who are troubled by stuttering bullying and similar trials -- to see it."

Oh, the irony...
categories Movies, Cinematical