Zoe Kravitz Reveals Surprising Reason for Title Change in Directorial Debut – Find Out Why Women Were Offended!

Los Angeles, California – Zoe Kravitz, the talented actress and director, recently shared the reasoning behind changing the original title of her debut film. Previously known as “P—y Island,” the film is now titled “Blink Twice.” Kravitz made this decision after realizing that the word “p—y” was causing discomfort among women in society.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Kravitz expressed how various challenges arose due to the controversial title, including opposition from the MPAA and movie theaters. Initially hesitant to alter the title, Kravitz eventually understood that the intended audience may find it off-putting.

Engaged to actor Channing Tatum, who stars in the film, Kravitz acknowledged the importance of addressing the concerns raised by women about the original title. She emphasized her desire to reclaim the word “p—y” while acknowledging that society may not be ready for such a bold move.

Transitioning from acting to directing, Kravitz felt a responsibility to prioritize the impact of the film on viewers. Despite the title change, she noted that the essence of the original title remains integral to the film’s spirit.

“Blink Twice,” co-written by Kravitz and E.T. Feigenbaum in 2017, follows the story of Frida, played by Naomi Ackie, as she navigates an intriguing island party hosted by a tech mogul, portrayed by Tatum. As the plot unfolds, Frida discovers unsettling truths about the mysterious island and its guests.

While satisfied with the new title, Kravitz emphasized that the essence of “P—y Island” still resonates within the film. Featuring a star-studded cast including Kyle MacLachlan, Haley Joel Osment, Gina Davis, Adria Arjona, Christian Slater, and Simon Rex, the film is set to premiere on August 23.

Kravitz’s bold creative vision and commitment to storytelling have sparked anticipation for “Blink Twice.” With a thought-provoking narrative and a talented ensemble, the film is poised to captivate audiences with its unique perspective and engaging storyline.