Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's highly-anticipated remake of the movie A Star Is Born has been confirmed to be R-rated in the United States. The Motion Picture Association of America has awarded an R rating for Gaga's big screen debut for "language throughout, some sexuality and nudity, and substance abuse."
While not much has been revealed about the content of the movie (fans expect the first official trailer to debut later this month), Gaga Daily members who attended one of the early pre-screenings report that there is a very brief full-frontal nude scene with Gaga which is likely one of the main reasons the movie received the R rating.
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"The music was outstanding, bar none," one fan added. "Even if you don't like country or Joanne much, Gaga sells it with the performances." Another fan wrote: "This movie is excellent, great story. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were amazing, they have great chemistry. It has Oscars all over it!"
A Star is Born starring Lady Gaga (credited as Stefani Germanotta) and Bradley Cooper is set for release on May 18, 2018. Gaga plays an aspiring musician named Ally, who gets discovered by a country music star (Cooper) on the brink of decline.