Although some filmmakers have complained about the rigor of the MPA, it seems that the team behind “Black Adam” always expected that they would have to cross the line between keeping the Teth-Adam character alive. to his roots while still making films. will be available to super wide audiences who expect to be able to attend the latest hit superhero movie. While there have been R-rated superhero movies in the past, including the hit “Deadpool,” DC’s recent efforts to provide adult comic books with ” The Suicide Squad” and “Birds of Prey” have enjoyed relatively modest success. . However, it seems the character comes first in this case.
“We really wanted to make sure we honored the character of Black Adam,” Garcia told Collider. “One of the things he’s known for is aggression and violence, and to make a ‘Black Adam’ movie without that wouldn’t be authentic. So we always go into this when we know it. that we’re going to push it as far as we did.”
More of an anti-hero or villain than a traditional superhero, Teth-Adam is quite ruthless, reverting to her original form in Otto Binder’s “The Marvel Family #1” comic from 1945. Not only did he kill a Pharoah, but he also planned to kill Billy Batson and his best friend, Freddy. In recent DC comics, he’s become a bit more improved and less bloodthirsty, but still, during his decades on the page, Black Adam has gained some body count. pretty scary.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1058435/black-adam-had-to-be-edited-four-times-to-receive-a-pg-13-rating/ Black Adam had to edit four times to get a rating of PG-13