A first for the studio, which usually has this warning for scenes of violent fights.
Marvel super-movies are usually released with a PG-13 warning in the United States (not recommended for those under the age of 13 unaccompanied by an adult), because they contain quite a few action scenes, some of which can be violent. for a very young audience – without necessarily being very “graphic”, they cause many deaths. Sometimes, a few bad words are also involved, the American censorship committee being very straddling the language of its characters (the lesser “fuck “ may impose this type of classification on a film across the Atlantic).
The Eternals, the studio’s next blockbuster, will be no exception to the rule, with American cinemas having officially learned that it will be accompanied by this PG-13 mention. Except that for the first time, the “sex” is associated with this choice: the film of Chloe Zhao “will be PG-13 for imaginary violence (” fantasy violence “), some swear words (” language “and a little sexuality (“brief sexuality“)”, so written Filmratings.com. A news that surprises fans of this type of production, because they are usually very chaste: if some superheroes are in a relationship (Tony Stark and Pepper Potts, Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter …), it is rarely question overtly sexual in the dialogues, and there are even fewer sex scenes. The couple formed by Sersei (Gemma Chan) and Ikaris (Richard Madden) in the film, which is presented as “in love for several centuries”, will it be a game-changer? Or will other characters be shown in privacy more explicitly than usual? Answer on November 3 at the cinema.
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