The Classification And Rating Administration (CARA) has assigned a PG-13 rating to an alternate version of The King’s Speech.

The Weinstein Company submitted an alternate version of the multiple Academy Award nominee, which was originally rated R for a scene in which Colin Firth’s character swears repeatedly as part of his speech therapy.

Motion Picture Association Of America president and interim CEO Bob Pisano and National Association Of Theatre Owners president and CEO John Fithian have also waived upon request from The Weinstein Company a CARA rule requiring a distributor to fully withdraw the original version of the film from theatres for 90 days before replacing it with an alternate version.

The King’s Speech has grossed more than $107m in North America after 13 weeks in release and has taken more than $130m internationally through FilmNation licensees.