Earlier this week, in a televised discussion about the cultural signals that encourage cruelty and bullying among teens, CNN's Anderson Cooper took the upcoming Vince Vaughn comedy 'The Dilemma' to task for its trailer's offensive use of the word 'gay' in a prominent scene.

After criticism of the studio escalated, Universal told GLAAD (the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) this week that it would yank the 'Dilemma' trailer and replace it in theaters with a new one.

The new trailer has gone public, says the Hollywood Reporter.

That doesn't change the fact that viewers of the entire film, directed by Ron Howard and set to open in January, will still see the controversial scene in which Vaughn's character insults a car by repeatedly calling it 'gay.' But the studio's swift action shows Hollywood is trying not to exacerbate a climate in which young targets of anti-gay bullies have recently killed themselves in shocking suicides.

Have a look at the new trailer here.