CinemaCon stars sound off about film violence

Chris along with fellow stars attending the 2013 CinemaCon event in Las Vegas this past week spoke with USA Today about film violence and how they’re rated. You can see what Chris had to say below:

Chris Pine, star of Star Trek Into Darkness (May 13), rated PG-13.
“I find the ratings system can be a little strange,” he says. “You can have a little bit of sex or nudity, and suddenly you’ve got an NC-17 rating. But you can show all of this violence and bloodshed, and somehow that’s OK. I mean, look at what kids see in Grand Theft Auto (video game). It’s a tough issue. But in the end, we all have to be accountable for what we’re making on screen.”

2 Comments on “CinemaCon stars sound off about film violence”

    1. I think moderation is the key for every thing. to have a healthy society we have to have a balance of nudity and violent but today’s media uses these two element for their own benefit’s & its a shame. So media should be accountable for it !!!

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