Today’s batch of MPAA ratings are a little light, but one in particular caught my eye. The title Partysaurus Rex will be the third Toy Story Toons short to come from Pixar on the heels of Hawaiian Vacation and Small Fry. I can only assume it will play in front of Monsters University on June 21, 2013 since Paperman will play in front of Wreck-It Ralph this November.
As far as the storyline, electronic artist BT is working on the score for the short, which should give you some clue as to what it’s about. In an interview (watch it here) he gave some hints saying, “I’m in the middle of scoring a film for Pixar right now. It’s a short for Toy Story and I’m not allowed to say the whole story, but quite literally, it’s like a Toy Story rave – and I’m actually not kidding either. The toys get into all these shenanigans and it’s like pounding club music. So it’s really not very Pixar, but in a really hysterical way, everyone laughs really hard when they see it. It’s really exciting to work with those guys.”
Other than that, here are the latest MPAA ratings from Bulletin #2231.
Rated PG-13 For some sexual material, thematic elements and smoking.
Rated R For language, some drug use and violence.
Finding Hope Now
Rated PG-13 For violence and some thematic material.
The Great Fight
Rated R For some language.
The Last Gladiators
Rated R For language.
A Lonely Place To Die
Rated R For language and some strong violence.
Rated R For violence and language throughout.
Rated R For language and some sexual content/nudity.
Rated PG-13 For some sexual situations, language and a brief intense image.
Release Date: December 7, 2012
Rated R For strong sexual content, brief graphic nudity, some violence and language.
Release Date: November 16, 2012
Rated R For strong violence, language, some sexuality and drug use.
Rated PG-13 For mature thematic content involving domestic abuse and drug material, and for some violence, language and smoking.
Release Date: August 17, 2012
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