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Ryan Reynolds Trolls Disney’s Reluctance for R-rating, Says Some Disney Films Dish Out ‘Irreversible Trauma’ Even Without Being Rated R


Both Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman played prominent roles in paving the path for Fox’s X-Men saga in past years, with Jackman playing the legendary role of Logan Howlett aka Wolverine, and Ryan Reynolds earning his grade as Wade Wilson aka Deadpool. While Hugh Jackman moved on from playing a superhero, the other one continues to build a new journey with Deadpool 3 fully in development within the MCU.

Ryan Reynolds axed a joke on Disney's reluctance for R-rating
Ryan Reynolds axed a joke on Disney’s reluctance for R-rating

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After Disney’s union with 20th Century Fox, the audience also witnessed much of the X-Men saga following the MCU on Disney+. However, there were many issues surrounding them, when the franchise’s R-rated projects would reach the same level. Ryan Reynolds has been going after that since the union was declared officially.

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Ryan Reynolds Teased Deadpool’s Disney+ Arrival

Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds reveals a Disney+ arrival
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds reveals a Disney+ arrival

Disney+ confirmed that both Deadpool movies and Hugh Jackman’s Logan would be streaming on Disney+ from July 22, which also occurs simultaneously with a big event for Marvel Studios at San Diego Comic-Con 2022. Recently the Deadpool star took on social media to praise this happening just the way he wanted to do it, by spreading happiness.

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He posted R-rated explanations of four classic Disney animated movies that pay tribute to his films being R-rated and he teased:

“We’re supposed to announce Logan and Deadpool will soon be the first R-rated movies on Disney+. But we all know some Disney movies should already be rated R for irreversible trauma.”

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Reynolds also referred to the 1942 animated classic, Bambi, just the way he did in his movie Deadpool 2. And this particular movie has received its R-rating for being a wonderful therapy alteration.

“The following beloved animated classic should NOT be approved for all audiences because therapy’s not cheap. The film advertised should have been rated Restricted R – Cold-blooded killing of an innocent deer mom, that will cause lifelong trauma. Under 17 requires a parent or emotional support blanket.”

Ryan Reynolds Trolls With Photo of Deadpool Getting Kicked Out of Disney Park

Ryan Reynolds trolls with a Twitter post of Deadpool getting kicked out 1
Ryan Reynolds trolls with a Twitter post of Deadpool getting kicked out

Ryan Reynolds posted a photo of Deadpool getting kicked out of a Disney park by security after his character somehow behaved in a way not becoming of a Disney guest. He captioned the photo by saying, “Apparently you can’t actually blow the Matterhorn.” 

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He has also made a few jokes on Twitter about a potential Disney-Fox merger, which has created some questions about the R-rated Deadpool project at the family-friendly studio. According to CNBC reports, he wrote:

“Time to uncork that explosive sexual tension between Deadpool and Mickey Mouse. A month earlier, when the news outlet first broke the story that a merger was possible, If this is true, I wonder how the fudge it would affect Deadpool?”

Source: The Direct

Written by Shreeparna Das