This PG-13, although, is totally different from the others. Thor: Love and Thunder is rated PG-13 by the Movement Image Affiliation of America “for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and motion, language, some suggestive materials and partial nudity.” It’s the primary time a Marvel film has gotten rated for any nudity, partial or in any other case.
The latest MCU film, Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity, was rated PG-13 “for intense sequences of violence and motion, scary pictures and a few language.” You possibly can peruse all of Marvel’s MPAA rankings — or any film’s MPAA ranking — at FilmRatings.com.
The latest Thor: Love and Thunder trailer strongly hinted that it would comprise no less than one — and given the PG-13 ranking, doubtless simply one — shot of Thor star Chris Hemsworth’s bare tush. On the finish of the trailer, Russell Crowe’s Zeus makes use of his powers to tear Thor’s garments off, revealing his godly physique in all its Asgardian glory. Within the trailer, the shot of Hemsworth’s rear is pixelated to censor the graphic particulars.
Based mostly on the MPAA’s ranking description, it might seem this shot seems in Love and Thunder sans pixels. Which can in all probability work as a gross sales pitch! (You pervs.)
Marvel’s films have included loads of topless male our bodies, and many buff muscle mass (together with Hemsworths on a number of events). If this sequence does convey the thunder to Love and Thunder, it could be the primary occasion of out-and-out nudity in considered one of these movies. Final yr’s Eternals did embrace a short and comparatively chaste intercourse scene, however no nudity; the MPAA rated that movie PG-13 for “fantasy violence and motion, some language and transient sexuality.”
I assume we’ll discover out simply how a lot of Thor’s, nicely, hammer is seen when Love and Thunder opens in theaters on July 8.
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