Our films are not written for a specific rating. They are produced by us, and then rated after completion by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). In our effort to make quality, family-friendly entertainment, the majority of our films are geared to a general audience and receive a "G" rating. However, our primary goal is tell an entertaining story and sometimes a story dictates that we introduce elements for which the MPAA will award a film a "PG" rating. Please understand that a "G" rating does not mean that a movie is a children's film and a "PG" or "PG-13" rating does not necessarily mean that a film is inappropriate for children. A "PG" rating indicates that some parents may consider some material unsuitable for their children, but the parent must make the decision. The "PG-13" rating suggests that some material may not be suitable for children under 13 years old and is thus an alert that parents might want to examine a film before deciding whether their children should view it. For more information on the MPAA ratings system, please visit the Motion Picture Association of America home page. For the latest information about our current and upcoming releases, please visit our Walt Disney Pictures home page.