The Batman Takes A Smooth Escape From R-Rating
Despite its power-pack action and intense sequence DC film THE BATMAN starring Robert Pattinson as the Caped man had secured PG-13 rating and avoided the R-Rating which is going to release this March.
— The Batman (@TheBatman) December 27, 2021
The viewers thought that the movie directed by Matt Reeve will be R-Rated by MPA. It was because of its power-pack and intense action sequence, drug content, vernacular language and other elements but somehow it received PG-13 Rating. Reasons which came on air behind such rating were that the movie did not have nudity, excessive foul language and most of the explosion were of buildings and wrecked cars. In reality it is more grounded than any other Warner Bros. movies which have been R-Rated in the past (JOKER, BATMAN VS SUPERMAN:DAWN OF JUSTICE ULTIMATE EDITION, THE SUICIDE SQUAD, ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE).
Reeves’ Comment on The Batman
Reeves told to Dan of Geek that he was very excited and he knew that the film would be tough. Noir thriller and edgy. Thereafter, he knew and he agreed that PG-13 was the exact rating what the film should get. Further, he was happy about the fact that others can see the movie even the lower aged group.
Then he says that the movie doesn’t even includes any scene where critics and other people can mark it as R-Rating.
The PG-13 Rating could turn out to be a difference in box-office by millions of dollars. It is because the R-Rating could have restricted people below age of 17 to watch the movie, though Warner Bros. R-Rated films like JOKER and THE SUICIDE SQUAD gave a huge profit but by avoiding the R-Rating it might give them a huge profit indeed.