As Dr. Strange so eloquently put it, ‘We’re in the endgame now’. After the successful, climatic end to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3 in Avengers: Endgame, all that is left is the epilogue with Spider-Man: Far From Home. But, this film will also serve as the prologue for the future of the MCU, and now we know it’s official rating.
According to MCU Cosmic, the official rating will be PG-13. This isn’t really surprising, as it is the fairly standard rating in the MCU. And considering we’ve already heard Nick Fury throw out a well timed “Bitch, please!” in the trailer, this isn’t a shock at all. The rating is said to be for sci-fi action violence, some language, and brief suggestive comments.
These superhero movies are full of action and explosions and whatnot, which usually denotes a PG-13 rating. And, since Marvel hasn’t deviated from their template, there was really no reason to think it would be ranked any other way. As far as bringing kids under 13 to the film, this is of course up to the parents. But, as long as the action isn’t a big deal, and you’re ok with the little ones hearing a naughty word or two, then it should be no sweat.
We do know that film is completed and out of post-production, so the final cut is ready for distribution. Now, we just have to wait until July 2nd to see everyone’s favorite Wall Crawler go international and save the day once again in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
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