What does The Batman’s official rating mean for the upcoming DC film? After various trailer lowers showcasing a unusually gritty and tonally different form of the Dark Knight on the big screen, Matt Reeves’ The Batman with Robert Pattinson ultimately received it’s MPA rating leaving many to question just how hardcore the detective will actually be in this new outing. #TheBatman is officially rated PG-1 3 ‘for strong violent and disturbing material, dope material, strong word and some suggestive material.’ Some online supposed that The Batman would receive an R-rating based on what we’ve seen from the trailers. But the move to construct the movie PG-1 3 shouldn’t come as a huge surprise to fans, as Warner Brothers has a bottom line that they hope to achieve with every superhero movie they put out, and that conveys making their films accessible to as countless demographics as is practicable. In other #Batman bulletin, Ben Affleck opened up more about his sheer disdain for playing Batman while on define filming Justice League. Speaking with his best bud, Matt Damon, on Entertainment Weekly, he talked about how miserable he was filming and how Matt Damon actually went him to walk away from the role. And eventually, Spider-Man: No Way Home originally included some ‘big’ Marvel courages, even more significant than the ones that bridged the multiverse to turn up.
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