What rating is Fever Pitch?
Fever Pitch/Vlerësimi MPAA
Why is Fever Pitch Rated PG 13?
The MPAA rated Fever Pitch PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, and some sensuality.
When did they start filming Fever Pitch?
4 September 2004
The Opening Day sequence was filmed on 4 September 2004 with Stephen King throwing out the first pitch; the Red Sox lost that game, ending a ten-game winning streak and King was blamed for it in the Boston Globe. While filming in Toronto, Ontario Canada, Drew Barrymore was asked to throw the first pitch of the game.
Is Fever Pitch okay for kids?
Parents need to know that this movie includes some strong and crude language, including at least three jokes about male sexual organs. There are sexual references and non-explicit sexual situations including (spoiler alert) a pregnancy scare.
How did Fever Pitch end?
The film’s original ending, shot at Fenway after a game in front of 30,000 fans, had Barrymore and Fallon kissing on the field. That conclusion was scrapped. The new one unfolds at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, with the two actors embracing and celebrating among the Sox players at the actual World Series.
What was the original ending of fever pitch?
The Curse of the Bambino
In the original ending of the film scripted by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, “The Curse of the Bambino” dubbed by die hard Red Sox fans would have continued “if” the Yankees had beaten them in the playoffs.
Why is just married Rated PG 13?
The MPAA rated Just Married PG-13 for sexual content, some crude humor and a brief drug reference.
Is fever pitch based on a true story?
In Real Life: “Ben” is actually “Nick,” as in Nick Hornby, who wrote “Fever Pitch,” a memoir about his love affair with Arsenal, a London soccer team. The movie takes the title and the idea of an extremely obsessed fan from the book, but little else, as the book has no real plot.
Did they have to change the ending of fever pitch?
”Fever Pitch” ending is changed after Red Sox win But on Oct. Louis. ”It was totally surreal,” says producer Nancy Juvonen of the last-minute shoot that captured the stars making out on the field as the Sox celebrated the end of the team’s 86-year-old curse.