Friday, December 3, 2010

Jared Leto defends scandal video of 30 Seconds to Mars

There was great expectation around the new video of 30 Seconds to Mars, the singer and actor Jared Leto's rock band: it was about a video very explicit sex scenes and sexy S & M, but the end result went even further. The video for "Hurricane" is in fact already censored on YouTube and on television around the world.

The video, after the premiere on MTV's America, was in fact disappeared from the planning and network site, fueling rumors of a possible censure. The American music channel, however, denied. As explained by the same Jared Leto, also directed the video under the pseudonym of Bartholomew Cubbins, editing the new version is still under construction and will be available soon.

Leto still does not explain the entire great outcry from this video:

It was not my intention to make a controversial movie. I had planned to make a movie that was banned (and was) from different networks around the world and restricted only to night-time programming. I really had these things in mind, I just wanted to focus on this trip and follow my creative instinct to tell the truth.

Here we offer the much-discussed and controversial video scandal "Hurricane" by 30 Seconds to Mars. Justify all the allegations sustained?

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