No sex please, it's a box office turn-off: Hollywood falls out of love with bedroom scenes Raunchy movies like Basic Instinct no longer a turn-on for film fans Family-friendly films with handsome male leads now more lucrativeMovie producers want to avoid adult-only rating and appeal to women By Paul Revoir Tv Correspondent PUBLISHED: 12:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 25 March 2013 There was a time when films stood little chance of success unless there was something steamy going on at some point. These days, however, it seems movie moguls find sex one big turn-off
Hollywood cleans up its act: Film bosses cut steamy scenes from blockbusters claiming moviegoers prefer special effects Raunchy movies like Basic Instinct no longer a turn-on for film fans Family-friendly films with handsome male leads now more lucrativeMore sex on TV and internet one of the factors behind changing cinematic landscape By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 12:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:25 GMT, 24 March 2013 Sizzling sex scenes are increasingly being replaced by mind-boggling special effects in movie-goers' affections, according to film experts.
Driver with insect phobia says wasp in his car was behind fatal crash that left pensioner deadRichard Knight, 28, swerved his car because he 'didn't want to get stung'Smashed into Anne Bater's car at 70mph on the M3 in BasingstokeHanded 18-month ban after magistrates reject his 'special application' | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 27 December 2012 A driver who caused a motorway smash which killed a pensioner has been banned from the roads after he said he had been distracted by a wasp. Richard Knight, 28, told a court his 'phobia' of the insects caused him to swerve across a lane at 70mph on the M3 because he 'didn't want to be stung'. But magistrates rejected his excuse and handed him an 18-month driving ban.
Rooms trashed, graffiti on the walls and a 30k repair bill: What happens when your teenager puts their little party on FacebookEsther Hines, 56, says she was only expecting a maximum of 30 guestsShe even locked alcohol away as daughter Sarah celebrated 15th birthdayBut a crowd of around 800 teens turned up and destroyed the houseMother said: 'I feel like our entire lives has been trashed' | UPDATED: 08:50 GMT, 15 December 2012 Ruin: Esther Hines's house in Billericay, Essex, was destroyed when her 15-year-old daughter advertised a party on Facebook that quickly got out of hand Esther Hines had little reason to feel any trepidation when her daughter Sarah asked if she could host an early 15th birthday party at their five-bedroom family home. Why would she After all, it was to be a low-key, innocent affair — alcohol-free, with a maximum of 30 teenagers munching on crisps and sweets while listening to the latest chart music.