The film “suicide Squad” got rolling in the US rating of PG-13 (“13 plus”), reports ComicBook. As in the original comic book lot of violence, it was previously assumed that the picture will show only adult audiences (rated R) as “Deadpool”.
Director David Ayer said he was ready to remove the continuation of “suicide Squad” with a more restrictive rating. For is spin-off about one of the characters tapes — Harley Quinn.
The premiere in U.S. is scheduled for 5 August 2016. In Russia it will be released a day early, but the rental rating is not yet defined.
Starring Jared Leto, will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney. The story, based on DC comics, talks about the team of villains employed by the authorities to perform a dangerous task. If they succeed, then the crimes will forgive them.
“Deadpool” is one of the few movies based on comics that have received a rating of R. It became the highest grossing among the tapes in this category, having earned in hire more than 770 million dollars.
Rating PG-13 (Parental guidance suggested) means that teenagers under 13 years of age can look at a picture without restrictions. Those thirteen are under, allow for session only accompanied by parents. In films with this rating usually there are scenes with nudity, violence, drug use and profanity.