‘Power Rangers’ Director Says PG-13 Rating Hurt Film’s Success



The live Power Rangers movie directed by Dean Israelite received a PG-13 rating due to violence but Israel believes the label hit the Success of his film. Speaking of ScreenRant, Israel said: "There have been market studies, and the results were that if the film was rated PG, I do not want to enter the specific numbers but if the film had been rated PG , Out there would have been more traffic. "He explained that he tried to make the film scary but child-friendly, but that parents were hesitant because of the PG-13 rating. He added, "I hope now, with its release on DVD and Blu-ray, and On Demand, that the parents will feel more at ease. Maybe they will check themselves and see that it suits. Power Rangers reached Blu-ray and DVD on June 27th.

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