Astute viewers of the streaming service Disney+ noticed something different when the 1984 comedy Splash arrived on the service.. Daryl Hannah’s butt got covered by some iffy CGI work, as noted by Variety.. Fans of the 1984 romantic comedy Splash can stream the movie right now on Disney Plus. Even though it was rated PG, it does have a couple butt shots of co-star Daryl Hannah. The 1984 mermaid rom-com Splash. Disney+’s Effort to Censor Daryl Hannah’s Butt in Splash Is Hilariously Bad I hope they never get the rights to Titanic . By Princess Weekes Apr 14th, 2020, 4:27 pm A notice ahead of the movie tells viewers the film has been modified from its original format and edited for content. In another change, though, Disney Plus rates “Splash” as PG-13. It's nothing if not creative, we'll give them that. Another movie too hot for Disney+? But many were shocked to discover upon watching it that the Mouse House has edited a scene in the film. In the Disney Plus version of Splash, originally released in 1984 and starring Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah, Disney censored Hannah’s naked butt as she dived into the ocean. They covered the quick scene up with a CGI splash. Who knows, maybe digitally generated hair will become Disney's go-to censor for anything from now on. The original film, which also starred Tom Hanks, was rated PG for nudity — a “non-sexual nudity” that was … Family-friendly streaming service Disney+ doesn't want naked butts in its films, so it has censored a scene in Tom Hank's Splash in a very weird way. Splash is a 1984 American fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Ron Howard, written by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, and starring Tom Hanks, Daryl Hannah, John Candy, and Eugene Levy.It involves a young man who falls in love with a mysterious woman who is secretly a mermaid.It was nominated for an Academy … Disney isn’t totally springing this on unsuspecting “Splash” viewers who expected to belly laugh when a butt came on screen. Who knows, maybe digitally generated hair will become Disney's go-to censor for anything from now on. Only in the age of streaming could Ron Howard’s 1984 fantasy romance “Splash” find itself going viral. Originally, it was a PG … Splash received a PG rating because of the shot (and the insinuation that came with it), but people watching the movie on Disney Plus are greeted with an entirely different version of the scene. Splash was the first film released by Touchstone Pictures, a label created by Walt Disney Studios to target adult audiences. It's nothing if not creative, we'll give them that.