It’s been a very emotional year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the unveiling of Phase 4 and the official end to the Infinity Saga, fans can’t help but get a little teary-eyed at the fate of some of our iconic superheroes.
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One forthcoming film has sparked a bit of a debate between Marvel and Disney. Deadpool fans have been a bit worried following the acquisition of Fox by Disney. After receiving confirmation that a third installment of the franchise was indeed on the way, rumors began to circulate if the film would keep its R-rating.
Now, it looks like Disney and Marvel are working toward a solution to keep Deadpool and family-friendly Marvel fans happy. According to Variety‘s Brent Lang, Disney and Marvel are debating on how to transition between the two ratings.
“Iger notes X-Men, Deadpool, Fantastic 4 are now under Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige’s control. Hear from sources that there are debates about whether Deadpool can move seamlessly between R-rated solo outings and PG-13 rated MCU movies.”
So what does this mean exactly?
The forthcoming Deadpool 3 film and any further solo endeavors would be able to maintain their R-rating. However, when Deadpool hits the screen alongside the Avengers, he will be toned down to meet the more family-friendly rating.
While nothing has been confirmed, it is nice to see both sides working on a solid solution to please fans.