Aquaman will be released in us on the 19th of December next, and it is that it has more haste when you see the criticisms that are beginning to fall around the film. Go, 3 weeks is very long.
Even if it has not yet seen the film, what we can already say about it is that‘Aquaman should not be a monument of gore and tripaille. Already because under the water it would be not really nice (though), then because that is not the point. Warner has thought of his film as a product of all public, Marvel, visible to almost the entire family during the Christmas holidays.
A bad guy not really bad ?
Only, some countries are more fussy than others in terms of censorship and protection of our little darlings who are nothing to fart the movie by not going to see that blockbusters moldy. In fact, for its release in England scheduled for the 12 December next, the film from James Wan has had to alleviate some plans if he wanted to be able to stay in its target.
The site Digital Spy has just reveal that if the commission of british classification, the BBFC, has given a patent 12A, therefore, not recommended for children under 12 years of age, the price of a few small cuts :
Violence-not really violent ?
“The film was first subjected to warning. The studio was warned that the movie was going to be hit by a classification 15 (editor’s note : no one under 15 years), but it could achieve the classification 12A by removing a few gory details. When the film was submitted for classification, it was done, and therefore it has had its 12A.”
Obviously, the details of the plans “bloody” is not known other than that of the BBFC and we do not know how long climb up these cuts. That said, it seems thatthey do not justify the appellation of alternative version to the English version, which suggests that there must be a few plans here and there.
After, still remains the question if it is this version that we have, or the american version of the original.