LOS ANGELES (December 21, 2006) - The
Parents Television Council™, the nation's most
influential advocacy organization protecting children
against sex, violence and profanity in entertainment, today
announced that it has awarded its prestigious Entertainment
Seal of Approval™ to Paramount Pictures and Walden Media for
co-producing the new movie, "Charlotte's Web."
Based on the classic children's book,
"Charlotte's Web" highlights the virtues of loyalty, trust
and sacrifice. This live-action adaptation includes the
voices of Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Robert Redford, John
Cleese, Reba McEntire and others. Dakota Fanning plays
Fern. "Charlotte's Web" was released in theaters nationwide
on December 15 and is rated G.
"The PTC is
pleased to award ‘Charlotte's Web' with its prized Seal of
Approval. ‘Charlotte's Web' is a great family film suitable
for all ages. The film is filled with positive messages
that teach children the power of words and the importance of
friendship. We applaud Paramount Pictures and Walden
Media for providing a film that the entire family can
enjoy," said Tim Winter, executive director of the PTC™.
"Walden Media strives to produce
family-friendly entertainment and we are thrilled that
"Charlotte's Web" has been given the Parents
Television Council's Seal of Approval," said Francis X.
("Chip") Flaherty, executive vice president of Walden Media.
"It not only substantiates our goal, but
also encourages us to continue to produce high quality films
based on beloved and inspiring stories."
To read the PTC review of the film, visit
For more about the movie, visit