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This wasn't in the books. It was added to the film by the Director, with collaboration of the book writer Suzanne Collins and Joanne's actress Malone. In an interview: "This happens often in scripts," said Lawrence. "That interview sequence was basically done as a montage. The original script had these one-line little things that felt like they were in ...


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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was rated 12A in the UK, which gives you one "F" word to use without affecting the age rating of the film. Any more and you get hit with a 15 rating, which would have negatively impacted the films box office takings as less people in the film's target age range would have been able to see it. It's likely that this is why the ...


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PG-13 Movies are generally allowed a maximum of 1 non-sexualized use of the f-bomb per movie. There can be exceptions to this rule. From the Daily Mail: Officially, the MPAA's Classification and Ratings Administration's guidelines state: 'A motion picture's single use of one of the harsher sexually-derived words, though only as an expletive, initially ...



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