Black Warrant Parents guide and Age rating

Black Warrant is an upcoming American action thriller film. Tibor Takács direct this film. Black Warrant is directed by Tibor Tkacs, who previously directed 1997’s Deathline, 2009’s Lies and Illusions, and most recently Blowback.

The main characters of Black Warrant film are Tom Berenger and Cam Gigandet. Black Warrant will premiere in theaters on December 9.

If your child wants to watch Black Warrant, it is essential for parents to check the Black Warrant Parents guide and Age rating of the movie, and whether the film is suitable for children or not. Black Warrant Parents guide and Age rating are mentioned below and keep reading for more details.

NameBlack Warrant
DirectorTibor Takács
GenreAction, Thriller
Release DateDecember 9, 2022
Production CompanyPremiere Entertainment Group
CountryUnited States
Age Rating R
DistributorSaban Capital Group
Black Warrant Parents guide

Synopsis/ Overview

The Blockbuster action thriller film story is about a semi-retired special ops assassin and a DEA agent go on separate missions to stop a cyberterrorist organization that has created a dangerous machine that is threatening to attack power grids and bring devastation to the world. Cam Gigandet Tom Berenger and Jeff Fahey star in this gritty, action-packed thriller.

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Black Warrant Parents Guide
Black Warrant Parents guide

Black Warrant Age Rating

Age ratings provide guidance to help parents decide whether a particular product is suitable for their children.

Black Warrant rated is R. it means that Black Warrnat film for only mature adults. This movie is not for children at the age of under 17 because in this film Some scenes and Contains material that is inappropriate for children.

If you want to know why children should not watch Black Warrant movie, then we have written below the Black Warrant parents guide of this movie.

Black Warrant Parents guide

Too much violence
Use of Alcohol
Strong use of Weapons
Frightening Scenes
Black Warrant Parents guide

Official Trailer

BLACK WARRANT Official Trailer (2022)
Black Warrant Parents guide

Trailer Explained

In this trailer Saban Films today shared an exclusive trailer for their upcoming action-thriller film Black Warrant. The story deals with topics highly relevant to modern society and follows two officers with vastly different approaches to law enforcement.

Their missions intersect while investigating a cyberterrorist organization. Saban also shared when and how the film is set to premiere: It will be released simultaneously on December 9 in select theaters, digitally and on demand.

The trailer reveals that the thriller film will see an intricate plan to track down cyber terrorists and bring them to justice. It also hints at the possibility that the threat will escalate to the point that Anthony (Gigandet) and Nick (Berenger) will have to make shady deals with the Devil to stop the massive threat.

Black Warrant Cast

Here, is the complete Cast of Black Warrant

  • Cam Gigandet as Anthony
  • Tom Berenger as Nick Falconi
  • Jeff Fahey as LaRusso
  • Tonantzin Esparza
  • Jonathan Avigdori as Sadiq
  • Rafael Cabrera as Zico
  • Sara Seyed as Rashida
  • Helena Haro as Mina
  • Rodrigo Abed as Capitan Escalante
  • Carlos Aylagas as Fernando Sanchez
  • Hani Al Naimi as Hussein Bin Farri
  • Peter Nikkos as Fevzi ‘El Turco’ Polat
  • Joe Chacon as Juan
  • Akram Basuni as Khalil
  • Carissa Bussey as Anthony’s assistant

Who is the distributor of Black Warrant

Saban Capital Group is the distributor Black Warrant.

When will Black Warrant film release

Black Warrant is released on December 9, 2022.

Who are the two main characters of Black Warrant

The two main characters of Black Warrant film are Tom Berenger and Cam Gigandet.

Ratings are not designed to indicate whether films are suitable or unsuitable. The ratings are designed to reveal what type of content is included in a movie or series to give parents a chance on what they are allowing their children to watch.

Age ratings are determined by the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America film rating system), BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) and Common Sense, TV Parental Guidelines (a television content rating system in the United States).

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