Jerry Seinfeld Apologizes For Bee Movie’s Sexual Undertones

Jerry Seinfeld, most notably known for the hit show Seinfeld, has recently apologized for the sexual undertones in the children’s film Bee Movie.

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has recently apologized for the sexual undertones seen in the animated film Bee Movie. The movie released to mixed critical reviews and made a fair amount of money at the box office, but not enough to make a major profit. It was made by Dreamworks Animation, which has created other animated movies such as the Shrek franchise, the Kung Fu Panda trilogy, and the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. Since its release in 2007, Bee Movie has evolved into a meme online, with one of the most prevalent things being merchandise containing the entire script of the movie on it. The film is known for being surprisingly adult and odd mix of genres.

Bee Movie follows the character of Barry B. Benson (voiced by Seinfeld), a honey bee who leaves his home in the hive to explore the human world. He ends up befriending a human named Vanessa (Renée Zellweger). From her, Barry finds out that humans exploit honey by selling and consuming it, so he decides to sue the human race. This ends up affecting both the human and bee world in massive ways. The movie also stars Matthew Broderick, Patrick Warburton, Chris Rock, and John Goodman.

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