If you ask me, this may help convert a lot of men to Catholicism, or maybe at least be reborn.
Kate Upton has “soitenly” found herself at the center of some religious controversy for her role as a nun in “The Three Stooges.”
A spokesperson for the Catholic League was less than amused to see the Sports Illustrated cover model wearing a sacrilegiously skimpy black “nun-kini” and habit in her role as the voluptuous Sister Bernice in the screwball comedy reboot.
According to league spokesperson Bill Donohue, things were a lot less offensive when the original Stooges were “n’yuk n’yuking” six decades ago.
“In the 1950s, Hollywood generally avoided crude fare and was respectful of religion. Today it specializes in crudity and trashes Christianity, especially Catholicism,” Donohue said in a statement.
He went on to say that the reboot of the classic comedy trio says a lot of about the way society has changed, and not for the better.
“The movie is not just another remake: It is a cultural marker of sociological significance, and what it says about the way we’ve changed is not encouraging,” he continued.