(Hollywood Reporter) In an initial attempt to license songs, the filmmakers behind ‘Unplanned’ were turned down nine of 10 times.

A $6 million movie expected to be critical of Planned Parenthood may have a lot less snippets of songs in it after multiple publishers have denied licensing music to the filmmakers, who are accusing the industry of bias against anti-abortion/pro-life media efforts.

Blake Kanicka, music supervisor for Unplanned, a feature film being made by some of the same people who turned God’s Not Dead into a surprise box office hit, tells The Hollywood Reporter he was prevented from licensing any music from a half dozen of the largest music companies.

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