News briefs: Terminator's PG-13, Joe on Adult Swim

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Jul 4, 2015

Confirming early rumors, Access Hollywood reported that McG's Terminator Salvation will indeed carry a PG-13 rating, according to the film's latest trailer; that would make it the first film in the franchise not to carry the R rating.

Early tickets sales for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek kick off today for May 7 evening screenings at many of the nation's theater chains, including AMC Theatres, National Amusements, Pacific/ArcLight and the Regal Entertainment Group, Paramount announced; the movie officially opens May 8.

Hasbro announced that G.I. Joe: Resolute, an adult fan-oriented animated miniseries, will air on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block and online; based on the classic G.I. Joe action figures, the miniseries will comprise 11 episodes totaling 60 minutes of content and will begin on April 17.

CBS' horror murder mystery series Harper's Island fell off a good bit in its second week on the air, posting a 5.3 rating on Thursday night.

Rush Hour producer Arthur Sarkissian has acquired rights to remake The Mad Detective and The Mission, two crime thrillers directed by Hong Kong helmer Johnnie To, Variety reported; the former is a thriller about a police detective who uses his ability to see the inner personalities of suspects to solve crimes.

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