I'm hoping there's not already a thread on this, because when my threads get closed, it makes em feel self concious. Mods, if you're reading this, make it known that whenever you close my threads, you're becoming the clerk at the party store who said none of the batman costumes fit me, and that perhaps i would be ebtter suited with a husky-sized spider-man; the juniors who laughed when i tried to explain that i was one of them and not a freshman and thus should not be hazed, and the girls who grimaced in pity when i tried to explain that my dork was small due to proportional issues. ... .... ...just kidding, folks. Now that that's out of the way, does hellboy have a chance at being R? I mean, the first was somewhat gory, the comics are very dark, and Gulliermo Del Toro has built up some cred, presumably, thanks to Pan's Labyrinth (Which is awesome by the way, if you're a hellboy fan and you haven't seen it, It's a must-see.) And maybe this time Universal will let him make an R-rated movie. Now on the other hand, maybe Hellboy doesnt really merrit an R, because it has a lot of light and somewhat comedic elements. The first movie wasn't off-limits to kids. Usually studios tend to urge PG-13s to get a larger audience, but Universal seems to be cooler about that sort of thing. ANy thoughts?