Thailand bans Owen Wilson movie

Owen Wilson’s latest film, “No Escape,” has been banned in Thailand, where it was made.

Sources tell Page Six the movie, about an American family caught in a coup and trying to escape an unnamed Southeast Asian country, was allowed to shoot in Thailand only if the country was not identified on-screen.

“Precautions were taken, like signs that appeared in shots being turned upside-down,” sources said.

But when Thai officials saw the pic, they banned it from playing there anyway.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.

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