Jerry Seinfeld Apologizes for ‘Bee Movie’ Over ‘Uncomfortable’ Sexual Aspect: ‘Not Appropriate’

Jerry Seinfeld is finally apologizing for “Bee Movie,” the 2007 animated feature from DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures for which he voiced the lead role and co-wrote and co-produced.

Only a moderate box office success, “Bee Movie” has become best remembered in the 14 years since its release for the questionable relationship between bee character Barry B.

Benson (Seinfeld) and human character Vanessa Bloome (Renée Zellweger).

The plot hinges on their developing friendship, but the film is often made fun of for unintentionally making it seem like the two could be romantic partners.

Seinfeld apologized for the ambiguity during a recent visit to “The Tonight Show.”“I apologize for what seems to be a certain uncomfortable subtle sexual aspect of ‘The Bee Movie,’ which really was not intentional,” Seinfeld said.

“But after it came out, I realized, ‘This is really not appropriate for children.’ Because the bee seems to have a thing for the girl.

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