After last week's report featured no major titles, the Motion Picture Association of America's Classification and Ratings Administration was back this week with a lengthy list of new ratings for movies like Red Riding Hood, Larry Crowne and The Lincoln Lawyer.
Red Riding Hood was rated PG-13 for "violence and creature terror, and some sensuality." This rating reaffirmed that the movie will be geared more towards the Twilight audience and less towards creature feature fans. With a cast headlined by Amanda Seyfried, Red Riding Hood opens March 11 opposite Battle: Los Angeles and Mars Needs Moms.
Passion Play earned an R rating for "language, some sexuality/nudity, violence and brief drug use." The thriller stars Mickey Rourke and Megan Fox and has yet to settle on a release date.
A handful of limited releases also received ratings this week. Meek's Cutoff, a Western starring Michelle Williams, was rated PG for "some mild violent content, brief language and smoking." The movie hits select theaters on April 8. French comedy Potiche received an R rating for "some sexuality," and, after earning more than $21 million overseas, it's set to hit some U.S. locations on March 25. Finally, Bride Flight was awarded an R rating for "a strong sex scene and some graphic nudity." The drama opens April 29.