Quick Answer: Why Is Venom Rated PG 13?

‘Venom’ is rated PG-13 because Sony reportedly wants Spider-Man and Venom to ‘face off’ in the future.

“Venom” is officially rated PG-13, not R as some fans expected.

According to Erik Davis, managing editor of Fandango, it’s so that “Venom and Spider-Man can face off at some point down the line.

Why is venom rated R?

Fleischer told Comicbook.com at Comic-Con that the plan was to make “Venom” an R-rated movie so that it could honor the character’s bloody comic book roots. Sony is opening “Venom” in theaters nationwide October 5, which means the MPAA will be weighing in sometime soon with the official rating.

Why is venom rated PG 13 Parents Guide?

Why is “Venom” rated PG-13? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and for language.” Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.”

What is venom 2018 rated?

Although many fans had been hoping for an R-rated Venom film, Sony’s official page for the upcoming Venom confirms that the movie is rated PG-13.

What age is venom appropriate for?

Venom has a rating of 15 from the British Board of Film Classification. The USA has Venom at a PG-13 rating, which means anyone under 13 needs a parent or guardian to accompany them to the cinema.