Paul Bringer's time on the job led to him becoming a critic of the legislation.
Instead of just politicking Congress, the MPAA should have publicly debunked four Internet myths about the anti-piracy bill.
That's what the MPAA says, anyway.
It is NC-17 no more. Harvey's will, it will be done.
"How did 'Piranha 3D' get an R and 'Blue Valentine' gets an NC-17? It’s ridiculous — a penis got coughed up in the movie by a piranha!"
Harvey Weinstein makes a statement.
"Parents requested specifically after the movie 'Brüno' that we provide such information."
Rating given based on "excessive language."
"It's unfortunate that a film with real educational and historic value would be denied to [young people] ... "
The MPAA gives it a PG-13 rating.
It gets a PG-13 rating.
The ratings board is a crazy organization.
The job is "his to lose."
Which is probably short-sighted of them.
If you're going to attempt to pirate a movie, you'd better be best friends with one of the film's stars!
Explains director McG: "We thought, 'Well, that would be ridiculous to make it tough for kids to go see this movie.'''
Hollywood's 2008 entertainment-industry financial report neglects to include entertainment-industry financial reports.
Like 'Borat' before it, Sacha Baron Cohen's upcoming film has been hit with an NC-17 rating following its first submission to the MPAA.
MPAA chairman Dan Glickman is delaying the release of 2008's entertainment-industry report, to downplay the record-breaking box office.
Whatever will we do?
Was the MPAA scared by the sight of so many brown people?
Smith's new movie is allegedly in danger of an NC-17 rating, and we're sure he's thrilled.
Great news for content owners everywhere today as the Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors are close to filing charges against the operators of Swedish BitTorrent hub the Pirate Bay with conspiracy to breach copyrights.
Kevin Costner, Dallas, and a really dirty movie!