Anheuser-Busch riled over 'Flight' beer Los Angeles Times Copyright 2012 Los Angeles Times. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 4:22 p.m., Thursday, November 15, 2012 Anheuser-Busch InBev, which makes America's No. 1-selling beer, Budweiser, is riled about the role its brew has in the new film "Flight," which stars Denzel Washington as a pilot whose drinking habits become an issue in the aftermath of a plane crash. The brewer went so far as to ask the film's backer, Paramount Pictures, to blur or remove its famous logo from the movie when it is released on DVD, television and made available for streaming, said a person familiar with the situation who was unwilling to speak publicly on the issue. 'Overly sensitive'The movie, about the aftermath of a horrific plane crash, received very positive reviews and opened in the United States and Canada with a strong $25 million in ticket sales. The courts have typically sided with the creative community when it comes to featuring real products in movies and television shows. The 2000 movie "Castaway," which was also directed by "Flight" director Robert Zemeckis, features FedEx's logo on a plane that crashes into the ocean.