And hey, the proof is in the pudding. Back in 2018, when the first Venom movie (also PG-13) hit theaters, it earned over $850 million worldwide. That places it in fourth place among highest-earning Spider-Man-related movies.
Is the Venom movie rated PG-13?
A big part of that success was the fact that “Venom” came with a PG-13 rating, letting many younger kids see the movie, despite the fact that Venom was one of the more violent villains from the pages of Spider-Man comics.
What PG rating is Venom?
Violent, action-packed and often scary, Venom deserves its M rating, and we strongly recommend parental guidance for younger teenagers.
Why is Venom 1 PG-13?
According to Film Ratings, the Andy Serkis-directed sequel has received the same rating as Venom’s first standalone feature, with the MPAA giving it a PG-13 rating for “intense sequences of violence and action, some strong language, disturbing material, and suggestive references” despite speculation that Venom 2 would
Is Venom 2 rated R?
No, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is not rated R. The film has a PG-13 rating, which means it may contain some material unsuitable for children under the age of 13. According to director Andy Serkis, with Venom and Carnage face off, the movie could have easily garnered an R-rating.
Is Venom a PG 14?
Venom is rated PG-13 which in my opinion hold the movie back from achieving it from reaching its full potential, when you watch the movie its almost immediately apparent that this was supposed to be a rated R film.
Is there swearing in Venom?
Profanity (8) – The F-word is dropped once in the movie, very briefly. This is one of the few Marvel movies that have the f-bomb in it and remain PG-13. There is one use of “turd” at the end of the film.