The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 has received its rating from the Motion Picture Association of America.
Like the past four films in the series, the film has been rated PG-13. It received this rating for “sequences of violence including disturbing images, some sensuality and partial nudity.”
The rating is unsurprising given the saga’s history of PG-13 scores. By looking at Stephenie Meyer’s final Twilight book, we knew we weren’t to expect a “PG” or “R” rating.
In August we had learned that Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is the shortest of the five films. It clocks in at 116 minutes – just one minute shy of the penultimate film’s runtime.
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 ticket sale numbers leaked yesterday and indicated a stronger box office than last November’s Part 1 film. Part 1 had made $626,000 by this point while Part 2 has already pulled in $1.17 million. What’s more, Summit’s Twilight Saga Marathons – which will screen all five Twilight films and let you see Part 2 two hours ahead of the midnight premiere – are a quarter of all tickets sold. Part 2‘s opening day total is already outpacing Part 1‘s three-day total, according to Deadline.
Breaking Dawn – Part 2 hits theaters November 16.