UPDATE: Columbia Secures a PG-13 Rating for 'How Do You Know'
After making cuts, writer-director James Brooks gets a less restrictive rating from the MPAA for his new film.
FIlmmaker James L. Brooks has made sufficient cuts to his new film How Do You Know to secure a PG-13 rating from the MPAA. Last week, the organization's Classification and Ratings Appeals Board had slapped the movie, which stars Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson and Paul Rudd, with an R rating for language.
Columbia opens the film Dec. 17.
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