“Birds of Prey” will officially land in The North American academy in February, as a DC movie to catch the Joker, the audience’s expectations are still very high. In particular, after “The Joker” broke history to become the “highest-grossing R-rated movie” and “DC’s second most popular movie,” many viewers called on DC to continue to scale up and not be afraid of ratings.
According to official certification documents disclosed on FilmRatings’ website, Birds of Prey were officially rated R-rated yesterday. In the review, Birds of Prey was full of “intense violence and verbal shocks, as well as some depictions of sex and drugs.”
“Birds of Prey” adapted from the DC Comics comic of the same name, was released by Warner Bros. “Birds of Prey” is a spin-off based on the 2016 film “Suicide Squad” starring Halle Quinn, and is the eighth in dc’s extended universe.