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Lopez criticized the decision, noting that violence and sex are more subjective, adding:
"To automatically default Bully is a mistake. Automatic default to a rating … is a mistake. The message, the movie and its social relevance defy that kind of formulaic, conventional thinking. AMC will show this movie, and we invite our guests to engage in the dialogue its relevant message will inevitably provoke."
Yes, yes, yes! There needs to be even more support for this movie so there can be a wider audience!!!! Come on, MPAA!!
[Image via WENN.]
Now even more teens will get to see this movie WOOHOO!!!
As we previously discussed, Perks of Being a Wallflower initially received an R rating from the MPAA for "teen drug and alcohol use, and some sexual references."
Like most movie studios do in this situation, Lionsgate appealed the rating. …and they WON!!! Emma Watson's new movie now has that golden PG-13 seal which means more audiences and MORE MONEY!!!
Hmm we wonder what they had to sacrifice to get this rating though…
Either way! Are U gonna see it!?!
Uh Oh!!! Not exactly what the movie execs like to hear!!
If a film gets an R rating, less people can enjoy its amazingness. Less people means less money…obviously…
So now that Emma Watson's Perks of Being A Wallflower has received the oh so dangerous rating, they're appealing the MPAA decision.
Summit definitely wants a PG-13 and since the film isn't due until later this year, they've got time.
But hey, even if it doesn't work out, at least they can be a badass at the box office, LOL!
Not cool, Hollywood!
Why did they have to do this?! WHY?!
According to Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon, in order for him to secure a PG-13 rating on the flick from the MPAA, the much-anticipated sex scene between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart had to be edited down - all because of some serious thrusting!
What's so bad about the Hangover Part 2 full theatrical trailer that you immediately demanded that it be removed from Source Code reels, and any other movie it was attached to, and destroyed or deleted??
Here's the letter that was sent out:
"Warner Bros. and the M.P.A.A. have instructed all theatres to remove The Hangover Part II trailer #2 from Source Code and any other placements. These #2 trailers need to be DELETED FROM YOUR SERVER." adding: "We greatly appreciate your immediate cooperation on this matter."
And here's WB's explanation:
"In our haste to meet the placement schedule for this trailer, we failed to properly vet the final version with the MPAA. We acted immediately to correct the mistake and removed the trailer from screens."
Still doesn't really make sense to us after watching it a few times!
We've still got the trailer though, and it's sitting right up there for anyone who wants to check it out. If someone can figure out why they're being so sensitive about it, make sure to let us know!
Du U feel like it was too much??