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The One Thing Marvel Actually Banned From The Movie

Poking fun at Marvel Studios is a great way for “Deadpool & Wolverine” to get around the “overt drug use” mandate, as it’s perfectly in line with the lead character’s shtick. In the last two films, Deadpool casually and callously belittles 20th Century Studios. With “Deadpool 3,” fans can likely expect tons of jokes and disses aimed at the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Seeing as the MCU has always been a PG-13 brand, it’s great to see the series expanding its reach with more mature subject matter. Recent years have shown the franchise approaching uncharted territory, at least in terms of adult themes. 

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” featured Marvel’s first f-bomb, paving the way for “Deadpool & Wolverine” to unleash a flurry of them. When it was announced that Marvel would be producing “Deadpool 3,” many, including Ryan Reynolds, were genuinely surprised that the film would be receiving an R rating. “I hope this doesn’t sound condescending, I’m really proud of [Marvel Studios] for doing this,” Reynolds told Fandango (via The Hollywood Reporter). “It’s a huge step for them, it adds a whole color to this kaleidoscopic wheel that is that company and the different people that they have been entertaining for forever.” 

“Deadpool & Wolverine” most likely won’t push the limits of the R rating, but it definitely deserves it, as the MPA says the film has “strong bloody violence and language throughout, gore and sexual references.” Unlike “Deadpool 2,” the threequel notably doesn’t feature “brief drug material.” “Deadpool & Wolverine” hits multiplexes on July 26.

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