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Alien: Romulus Officially Rated R

Alien: Romulus has officially been rated R in the United States. I don’t think this will be much of a surprise to anybody who saw the recent trailer, but Alien: Romulus has been rated R like all the previous Alien films. The film has been rated R for ‘bloody violent content and language’. The news comes from a ratings document on filmratings.com which also revealed the upcoming Deadpool & Wolverine has also been rated R.

 Alien: Romulus Officially Rated R

 Alien: Romulus Officially Rated R

Rain played by Cailee Spaeny

There’s no news on what the rating will be for the UK but I would bet it will be a 15 certificate here like the recent Alien and Predator films. Thanks to Joblo.com for the news.

Stay tuned as we’ll be posting our full analysis discussion of the new Alien: Romulus trailer and going through the trailer frame by frame.

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Comments: 35
  1. solace97
    Quote from: Slutty Badger on Jun 06, 2024, 12:09:47 PM
    Quote from: The Cruentus on Jun 06, 2024, 12:03:17 PMMaybe, I think Covenant would have been better with just Neomorphs and leaving the Alien origins (and super fast life-cycle) out of it.

    While I do want the prequels retconned out of existence, I do want Ridley to at least get to finish his trilogy.

    I'm going to be bold here and state that I actually like the David-as-creator angle.

    Of course, going that route now would mean invalidating the carefully-crafted expanded continuity that's been around for a while now.

    I don't know if I'd use bold to describe what you just typed.

  2. Slutty Badger
    Quote from: The Cruentus on Jun 06, 2024, 12:03:17 PMMaybe, I think Covenant would have been better with just Neomorphs and leaving the Alien origins (and super fast life-cycle) out of it.

    While I do want the prequels retconned out of existence, I do want Ridley to at least get to finish his trilogy.

    I'm going to be bold here and state that I actually like the David-as-creator angle.

    Of course, going that route now would mean invalidating the carefully-crafted expanded continuity that's been around for a while now.
  3. The Cruentus
    Maybe, I think Covenant would have been better with just Neomorphs and leaving the Alien origins (and super fast life-cycle) out of it.

    While I do want the prequels retconned out of existence, I do want Ridley to at least get to finish his trilogy.
  4. solace97
    Quote from: Jonjamess on Jun 05, 2024, 07:58:13 PMLook at all the people crying on facebook from the trailer that the film is already shit. I hate this world.

    Also so many comments about the "kid" cast. I mean the lead only being 2 and a half years younger than Weaver in Alien.


    Quote from: Dachande on Jun 05, 2024, 06:13:33 PM
    Quote from: Acid for Blood on Jun 05, 2024, 05:17:04 PMDo R rated films sometimes qualify as a 15 in the UK, or is it always an 18?


    They're far more likely to be 15's than 18's. Theres very few 18's released these days

    Yeah us English "British" are shit at everything else but when it comes to an R rated movie we call it 15 or over because I like to say we a desensitised.

    Also I'm honeslty not getting political!

    Is there really people saying this film will suck? All my friends after the new trailer are absolutely pumped for the release and they aren't even Alien fans. Early on the skepticism from them was here we go another alien film the last few have sucked but Prometheus was cool, and after the last trailer they are sold and really want to see it.

    Reading comments on YouTube this seems to be the consensus as well
  5. Jonjamess
    Look at all the people crying on facebook from the trailer that the film is already shit. I hate this world.

    Also so many comments about the "kid" cast. I mean the lead only being 2 and a half years younger than Weaver in Alien.


    Quote from: Dachande on Jun 05, 2024, 06:13:33 PM
    Quote from: Acid for Blood on Jun 05, 2024, 05:17:04 PMDo R rated films sometimes qualify as a 15 in the UK, or is it always an 18?


    They're far more likely to be 15's than 18's. Theres very few 18's released these days

    Yeah us English "British" are shit at everything else but when it comes to an R rated movie we call it 15 or over because I like to say we a desensitised.

    Also I'm honeslty not getting political!
  6. solace97
    Quote from: The Cruentus on Jun 05, 2024, 03:42:59 PMGood start, but Covenant, the Predator and Requiem was also R.

    But it is atleast something, we know its going to be violent and not shy away from it just to reach a wider audience.
    The predator being rated R is a joke, despite some of those gory scenes.

    Honestly don't think I've been more excited for a film since Prometheus, but i think this one will hit the spot that people have been missing for 40 years and bring the franchise back.
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