Robert Pattinson’s The Twilight Saga: New Moon gets a PG-13 rating

The Motion Picture Association of America has given The Twilight Saga: New Moon a PG-13 rating for “some violence and action.”

If you’d like to look further inside the rating … Twilight was also rated PG-13 for “some violence and a scene of sensuality.”

Does this mean nothing sensual happens in The Twilight Saga: New Moon?

And when this saga is all said and done, is there going to be a new name for the first film? Will it be called The Twilight Saga: Twilight? Think about Star Wars, it eventually became Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in some circles.

The rating should surprise anyone. It’s tough to talk vampires and werewolves in the land of PG. And there’s no way they could remove themselves from their core audience with an R rating.

Though take a look at The Scorecard Review

In talking about The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn one commentor wants to see the R rating happen.

  1. sara

    it would be nice if they made breaking dawn rated r. the reason behind this is because it will show the respect from the director that they want to keep it as close to the book as possible. stephanie meyer made that 4th book so explisit for a reason and they should direct it like it should be directed.



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