CARA/MPAA Film Ratings BULLETIN For 11/07/18; Official MPAA Ratings & Rating Reasons Announced For ‘Once Upon A Deadpool’, ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’, ‘Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’ & More

Welcome back yet again to another edition of our weekly CARA/MPAA Film Rating Bulletin announcement, bringing you weekly updates with all of the latest MPAA ratings and rating reason announcements from the official weekly bulletin. This week on the bulletin for November 7, 2018 we have the official MPAA Ratings and rating reasons for ‘Once Upon A Deadpool’, ‘Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’, ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’, ‘Strange But True’ and many more. Continue after the jump to check out images for the entire bulletin with all of the newly announced titles.

Below you can check out images for the full new CARA/MPAA Film Rating Bulletin for 11/07/18 which includes the official ratings and rating reasons for the ‘Deadpool 2’ PG-13 recut, now officially titled ‘Once Upon A Deadpool,’ plus the upcoming DC Animated Movie ‘Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’, along with ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’, ‘Strange But True’ and many more.

Remember to sound off in the comments after checking out the latest bulletin and let us know if you’re excited or upset by any of this week’s new rating announcements. As always we look forward to seeing you all back again next week for another new bulletin! Don’t forget that you can also search for all ratings information and download the weekly pdf bulletin each week via the official CARA/MPAA film ratings site at https://filmratings.com/ 

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