‘Draft Day’ rating changed from ‘R’ to ‘PG-13’

Kevin Costner's film Draft Day, a fictional film which centers around the Cleveland Browns, has won a ratings appeal.

A much broader audience will now be able to enjoy ‘Draft Day’, a film surrounding the Cleveland Browns.

The Lionsgate sports drama, which was initially rated ‘R’, is now considered appropriate for ages 13 and up.

The movie features Kevin Coster in the role of a Cleveland Browns GM faced with making the right decisions for his franchise in the NFL Draft with his job on the line. "Brief strong language and sexual references" prompted the Classification and Rating Administration’s restrictive rating but has since been changed to ‘PG-13’, allowing the film to appeal to the masses.

The film hits theaters April 11.

No word yet on the rumored sequel, "Coaching Quest".

 

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