How Rebel Wilson Fought the MPAA to Change The Hustle’s R-Rating to PG-13
Rebel Wilson Fought Against the MPAA for The Hustle & # 39; s PG- 13 evaluation. The upcoming comedy is another version of 1988 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels which was a remake of the 1964 comedy Bedtime Story . In the original films, two crooks try to manipulate wealthy women with their money. The Hustle takes the same principle and overturns it, making Wilson and his co-star Anne Hathaway the rogue artists seeking money from wealthy men. Until now, the trailer has attracted positive reactions from moviegoers.
After following the classification process, the MPAA attributed to The Hustle . However, Rebel Wilson did not believe that the comedy deserved this rating, which she called "gross" in a recent interview. As she was a producer in the movie and she had invested a lot, she decided to participate in the arbitration hearing and fight to get the PG-13 rating. Wilson has a law degree and has presented her case. When asked how she does it, Wilson says that she compared The Hustle to comedies similar to PG-13, such as Anchorman which featured standard double men. She then went even further by highlighting the PG films that also represent the double standard. Frozen 101 Disney's Dalmations and all of which include sexualized comedy in a family friendly film.
After five minutes of refereeing, Rebel Wilson won his fight against the MPAA and The Hustle now has a PG-13 rating, which is huge for the box office. An R rating could reduce a large part of the audience, thus reducing the benefits at the box office. Wilson is obviously proud of the work she has done behind the scenes to get the comedy off the ground. Originally, she had presented the film at the studio as "something like Dirty Rotten Skanks", which could have been at the origin of the original R rating. That being said, a The Hustle could be seen by a wider audience now.
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Rebel Wilson recently co-produced and starred in the comedy of 2019 No East it's not romantic which is a satire of the rom-com genre. The actress was criticized for claiming that she was the first plus-size actress to play in a romantic comedy at the end of last year, while she was promoting the comedy. Social media has exploded and indicated that there were many more plus size women who came before her and asked her to resume her comments and to apologize. She was later charged with blocking her critics on social media, but eventually issued a public apology thereafter.
The Hustle is screened on May 10, which will see him compete with Detective Pikachu and Tolkien . At this point, it seems that beating Ryan Reynolds as the little yellow thundering rodent at the box office is going to be a pretty tough battle. However, Rebel Wilson and Anne Hathaway should be able to bring a lot of people into theaters to laugh at the end of the day. You can view the Wilson and Hathaway interview below through the BBC America YouTube channel.