‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice:’ Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill Starrer Gets A PG-13 Rating
Jesse Eisenberg was right when he mentioned that “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is not your average superhero movie. The movie officially received its rating by the MPAA and it is what many DC fans expected.
According to the Comicbook.com, The Motion Picture Association of America has rated “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” PG-13 because of the intense and violent action sequences and some sensuality in the movie. Ever since the trailer released online, fans have nothing but good to say about the trailer and have been coming up with theories of their own.
A couple of scenes included in the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer give us a look at some of the intense action sequences in the movie for a fraction of second. For instance, Batman snapping the neck of one of Superman’s men (possibly in a dream sequence), Wonder Woman fighting someone in an apocalyptic setting and the most awaited fight that takes place when the Dark Knight is seen wearing a Bat armor.
The media outlet added that it is a possibility that the makers might still want to edit out few scenes and make some changes if they don’t deem it necessary. Doing this might just result in the movie being reviewed a second time, though the possibility of seeing a change in the ratings is negligible.
Superhero Hype added that “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” getting a PG-13 rating is not really surprising because every Batman film since Tim Burton’s 1989 version has been given a PG-13 rating. In fact Zack Snyder’s previous film “Man of Steel” too had a PG-13 rating and we saw the reason why.
As “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is set to release soon, fans can’t wait to see more glimpse from the movie. Recent updates revealed that two different teasers of the movie would be released with “Supergirl” and “Gotham,” which will eventually lead to an official second trailer. The movie will release on March 25th next year.
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