The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is not happy with Will Smith's latest movie, Hancock. They're up in arms about three different times during the flick in which Smith's character uses the term "homo."
GLAAD reps say it's a "cheap, unfunny shot at gay people." They also say "Hancock's use of the slur sends a problematic message that it's okay to discriminate using such hateful words."
If you saw the movie, do you think it was wrong to include that word, or was Will simply playing a character, a character the audience isn't supposed to like, at that?