Official: Marvels Gets Unpleasantly High Rating

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has recently announced an official rating for the upcoming Captain Marvel sequel, The Marvels.

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With an official budget of more than $274.8 (according to Forbes), Brie Larson's sequel.

Which will pair Carol Danvers with both Monica Rambeau and Kamala Khan, is one of the most expensive MCU outings to date.

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Nobody will be surprised by The Marvels' official rating from the MPAA.

A PG-13 rating will be given to the upcoming Brie Larson-starring movie for "action/violence and brief language."

Until now, each movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has received the same rating, albeit the justification for some of them may take a bit longer.

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