Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to have a best friend…forever? Let Megan show you and find out in the sci-fi horror film, M3GAN, in theaters now. The film is produced by Blumhouse Pictures, Atomic Monsters, and Divide/Conquer with distribution by Universal Pictures.
The film stars Allison Williams as Gemma, a roboticist and the inventor of M3GAN, Violet McGraw as Cady, Gemma’s orphaned niece, Amie Donald as M3GAN, Jenna Davis as the voice of M3GAN, Ronny Chieng as David, Brian Jordan Alvarez as Cole.
According to Games Radar, the director of the movie, Gerard Johnstone, said that production had to go back and do reshoots to give M3GAN its MPAA rating of PG-13. With that in mind, want to know why this movie received this rating? Read on to find out more!
Why is M3GAN movie rated PG-13?
As previously mentioned, the MPAA gave M3GAN a rating of PG-13. Even though the movie features two young leads, there’s still some content that you should be aware of when taking younger viewers. Since this movie doesn’t have an R rating attached to it, the coast is clear to bring along younger viewers under the age of 17. Though, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some concerning elements in the film that should be brought to your attention.
In M3GAN, there are repeated scenes of physical assault, peril, intense physical threat, weapons violence, car accidents, and death. There are a few uses of profanity and crude language, including a sexual expletive and mentions of curses. Since killings are tied to the synopsis, there’s a high possibility that there will be gore involved in the feature so brace yourself for that. It’s definitely a movie you have to see the trailer for to get a sense for what to expect when you see it in-theaters.
Watch the full trailer on Universal Picture’s official YouTube channel:
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