Man of Tai Chi aims at a PG-13 rating
Back in June, Keanu Reeves showed behind the scenes footage (see video below) of his directorial debut Man of Tai Chi, which is a kung-fu film. Among others, it stars Iko Uwais (The Raid: Redemption) and has Yuen Woo Ping as fight choreographer on board. Ping is a household name due to his work in many classic Hongkong movies and the Matrix trilogy. Production is not wrapped yet, a vague release date is somewhen in 2013.
Still, there are already hints at the rating it is likely to receive. In an interview with Collider that is mainly about digital cameras, Reeves also announced that the movie is conceptualized as a PG-13 vehicle. Considering the quite high budget and the fact that the film's main language isn't English for the most parts, it's a choice that isn't too surprising.
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