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Emma Watson's Perks Of Being A Wallflower Appeals And Wins — Overturning Their R Rating!!!

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YaY!!

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!?!

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Expendables 2 To Be PG-13??

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We're not really sure fans will be happy about this, but the easily Hard-R sequel to the Expendables looks like it'll be watered down to PG-13.

It's true, one of the actors said that he demanded that all the profanity be removed from the script. We're not sure if that includes the violence or just the swearing, but you'll be surprised who demanded it:

Chuck Norris.

If this is true, we're relatively sure that the Chuck Norris Facts era is officially over… if anybody thought that it wasn't already done.

Here's what he said, and it sounds a little weird because it was translated from a Polish paper who interviewed Norris:

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PG-13 Version Of The King's Speech Coming To Theaters Next Month

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Do we REALLY need to censor the film that won BEST PICTURE at the Oscars???

The Weinstein Company has announced that starting April 1, they'll pull the R-rated version of The King's Speech from movie theaters, and they'll be releasing a PG-13 version in its place.

Apparently, in order to secure a lower rating, they muted out several instances of the word "!@*&" and other times replaced it with the word "$#!*." LOLz.

The King's Censored Speech will be released on 1,000 screens.

Here's what TWC president of theatrical distribution and home entertainment Erik Lomis had to say about this move:

“We are thankful to the MPAA for their wisdom and swift action in approving the release of The King’s Speech PG-13 version."

It's certainly a great film, so on the one hand we're happy that younger audiences will get a chance to see it, but on the other hand, the film was fine as is - it won Best Picture.

They could have left it alone. Any parent who sees the film will most likely let their children watch it on DVD as long as they're not TOO young. The cursing was NOT a huge deal at all…AND it was mostly in good taste.

Do U think it was a good idea for them to release a PG-13 cut of The King's Speech? Or should they have left it alone?

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