For all audiences? ‘Old’ by M. Night Shyamalan already has a rating

The director M. Night Shyamalan has had a career full of ups and downs and despite some setbacks, he has remained in the public’s taste and a little over a month will arrive his new film in which the Mexican Gael García Bernal will participate where it seems that it will mix horror with thriller and science fiction and this day the classification of ‘Old’ was announced and apparently it can be seen as a family, with some restrictions.

The Old movie is expected to hit theaters on July 23 and will have a great cast, in addition to Gael García Bernal, also joining the cast are Thomasin McKenzie, Alex Wolff, Rufus Sewell, Abbey Lee Kershaw , among others and so far little is known about the plot, but according to the synopsis we will see a family in danger when they discover a mysterious beach that makes them age in an accelerated way and they will only have one day to live.

This day the classification of ‘Old’ was announced, which will be PG-13, that is, for those over 13 years old accompanied by an adult, so it is expected to be much less explicit like other productions focusing more on the psychological terror.

‘Old’ will be the return of Gael García Bernal to the big productions, since he had worked in other projects of less budget and independent and his last work of great renown was in the movie ‘Coco’ where he gave voice to the character of Hector both in the English and Spanish versions.

After some delays as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, ‘Old’ will finally hit theaters on July 23, 2021.