17 January 2013 5:29 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

The Chinese government was clearly more shaken than stirred with James Bond's latest outing. The country's censors have dinged Daniel Craig's $1 billion-grossing Skyfall, editing out scenes and dialogue and rewriting subtitles from the blockbuster smash. Per The Hollywood Reporter, officials have snipped a scene showing the film's assassin gunning down a Chinese security guard. The movie subtitles have also been tweaked to town down a scene in which the flick's femme fatale, played by Bérénice Marlohe, talks about being a member of a Macau prostitution ring. According to the revisionist subtitles, she's now in cahoots with the Mob. Of course, the Chinese government »

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