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The PG-13 version of the much-talked-about documentary will be released in the U.S. on April 13, replacing the unrated version of the film which is currently playing in New York and Los Angeles.
The studio reportedly plans to revise a scene that causes the documentary to get an R rating, while scheduling to release the tweaked version on April 13.
Justice looks casual in denims, while McHale looks formal in a suit while attending the special screening event for the controversial documentary at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
The studio has decided to release the controversial documentary in the U.S. on March 30 without being rated by the MPAA.
Also significantly supporting the call to urge the MPAA to lower the rating for the controversial documentary are Tommy Hilfiger, Ellen DeGeneres, Demi Lovato and AMC CEO Gerry Lopez.
Though they're currently battling over the documentary's R rating, Weinstein and MPAA have agreed to attend the premiere and discussion for the film in Washington D.C. on Thursday, March 15.
The association insists that the documentary shouldn't be given a PG-13 rating because it contains 'a serious issue' and 'a subject that parents should discuss with their children.'