The "Bully" premier in LA

The "Bully" premiere in Los Angeles.

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Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attends the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actors Joel McHale, Victoria Justice and TV personality Giuliana Rancic attend the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Gillian Jacobs attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (C), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Jackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture

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      Actress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture

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      Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (L) poses with Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture

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      Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Stephanie Scott attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Jackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attend the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with writer and director Lee Hirsch (R) and writer and producer Cynthia Lowen (L) as they atend the premiere of "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Rachel G. Foxl attends the premiere of the documentary

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      Actors Steve Harris, Jason Isaacs and Wilmer Valderrama (L-R) attend the premiere of the documentary

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      Actress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film

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      "Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      "Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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      Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attends the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Stephanie Scott attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture

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  • Actress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with writer and director Lee Hirsch (R) and writer and producer Cynthia Lowen (L) as they atend the premiere of "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (L) poses with Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Jackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture

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  • Jackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attend the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (C), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • "Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • "Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Tina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film

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  • Actress Rachel G. Foxl attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actors Steve Harris, Jason Isaacs and Wilmer Valderrama (L-R) attend the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim Ruymen

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  • Actress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actress Gillian Jacobs attends the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actors Joel McHale, Victoria Justice and TV personality Giuliana Rancic attend the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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  • Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary

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Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Bianca Lawson attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenLee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attends the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Stephanie Scott attends the premiere of the documentary Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture Actress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenActress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Aisha Tyler attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (C) poses with writer and director Lee Hirsch (R) and writer and producer Cynthia Lowen (L) as they atend the premiere of "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (L) poses with Lee Hirsch who wrote and directed the motion picture Actress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (R) hugs Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenJackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture Jackie Libby, Alex Libby and Philip Libby (L-R), three of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, attend the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby one of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (C) poses with Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (R), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenActress Victoria Justice (R) greets Alex Libby (L) and Kelby Johnson (C), two of the people portrayed in the motion picture "Bully", a documentary which examines the bullying crisis in American schools, during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenTina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenTina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen"Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim Ruymen"Bully" subject Kelby Johnson (L) and mother Londa Johnson atternd the premiere of the documentary film, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenTina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on March 26, 2012. The Longs are one of the families portrayed in the film by director Lee Hirsch which examines the nature and consequences of bullying in American schools. After losing its battle to get the film's rating changed from an R to a PG-13, the Weinstein Company said it will release the film unrated. UPI/Jim RuymenTina and David Long, whose seventeen year old Tyler Long committed suicide as a result of bullying, talk to reporters at the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary film Actress Rachel G. Foxl attends the premiere of the documentary Actors Steve Harris, Jason Isaacs and Wilmer Valderrama (L-R) attend the premiere of the documentary Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Mackinlee Waddell attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenActress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenActress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary "Bully", at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on March 26, 2012.  UPI/Jim RuymenActress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Elizabeth Gillies attends the premiere of the documentary Actress Gillian Jacobs attends the premiere of the documentary Actors Joel McHale, Victoria Justice and TV personality Giuliana Rancic attend the premiere of the documentary Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary Actors Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs attend the premiere of the documentary Actress Jennifer Freeman attends the premiere of the documentary