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July 28, 2014

Seth Rogen unloaded on the Motion Picture Association of America's rating system in a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter. "[It] is so stupid, why play that game? Why even enter a system that stupid? There's nothing more frustrating than being on set and coming up with a joke and being told you can't do it because it's a PG movie. It's like boxing with your hands tied behind your back … because of some weird ratings structure. It's just devastating." Rogen also said it's much easier to make an R-rated movie than one with a more restrictive rating because there's not much to worry about, content-wise. "Once it's R-rated you can pretty much do anything you want."

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