It looks like Wonder Woman won’t be a dark and gritty movie as it has been officially been rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). According to a bulletin shared by Film Ratings, Wonder Woman received its parental guidance rating “for sequences of violence and action, and some suggestive content.”
By far, the trailers have only revealed mild fight sequences involving soldiers. However, the battle scenes might take us by surprise as a character from DC called Ares has been hinted to be the main villain.
Ares a.k.a God of War is the son of Zeus (Greek God) and is known for erupting chaos in the DC universe. The character’s presence was officially hinted through a promo photo as Ares’s sword known as The God Slayer was revealed.
The rating news does not seem to raise eyebrows as ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ were also rated PG-13. Furthermore, The movie is aiming to appeal to the masses and promote women empowerment as well. Wonder Woman may have been established as a demi-goddess of war. But the superhero is on a mission to peace.
Wonder Woman is scheduled to hit theaters on June 2nd. Directed by Patty Jenkins, starring Gal Gadot as Diana Prince, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor and Connie Nielsen as Hippolyta.
Recently, Warner Bros. also released its new trailer. The footage hints that the live action movie could be similar to the origin story from DC’s animated Wonder Woman feature film.
In other news, fans may get to see more of the DC superhero as Wonder Woman seems to be all set for Wonder-Con. A billboard was recently spotted with the promotional still of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, teasing the presence of the movie at the upcoming event as well.
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