Batman director Matt Reeves dismisses speculation of an R-rated ‘ReevesCut’

Matt Reeveswriter and director of Batmanremoved speculation about an obvious R classifier cut.

The upcoming reboot, starring actors Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz, have been described as “shrewd” and “sharp” reimaginings of the popular superhero – leading fans to speculate that there could be an obvious R-rated cut on the card.

However, Reeves has now confirmed that the film was always intended to be released with a more kid-friendly PG-13 rating (although it did receive a rating of 15 in the UK).

“In my mind, the movie will always be a gritty, edgy, breathless and thrilling scene, which is PG-13,” said Reeves. Den of Geek.

Without nudity and vulgar language, the film was able to earn a PG-13 rating despite its dark tone and many violent scenes.

The filmmaker assures fans that speculation about a potential #ReevesCut is completely wrong.

“There’s no particular cut to this movie that’s like, ‘Oh yeah, this is the R-rated you’re so desperate for,'” Reeves said. “I didn’t have to suddenly start cutting movies or anything like that.”

Robert Pattinson on the set of ‘The Batman’

(Colin McPherson)

He added that some of his influences did, however, include R-rated classics like Taxi Driver, Chinatown, and The French Connectionin an interview with Moviemaker Magazine.

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