R | | Action, Adventure, Horror
A small group of American soldiers find horror behind enemy lines on the eve of D-Day.
The first movie from Bad Robot to be rated R by the MPAA.
Soldiers of African heritage were not integrated with Caucasian units during World War II. This did not happen until July 26, 1948 when President Harry S. Truman signed Executive Order 9981, ending segregation in the armed forces, and not fully enforced until Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara issued Directive 5120.36 fifteen years later on July 26, 1963.
After the film was given the restricted R18+ rating in Australia, Paramount Pictures decided to edit out almost 1 minute of footage to lessen the violence for the cinema version. The subsequent re-submission got the film a more accessible MA15+ rating. Although this version never ended up getting released due to Paramount Pictures changing their minds to instead give the original R18+ rated cut to cinemas.
English, Russian, French, German
$10,202,108 (USA) (11 November 2018)
$21,704,844 (USA) (20 December 2018)