Deadpool 3 doesn't need to be rated R, director says
One of the bloodiest, most foul-mouthed film series might have to clean it up a little now it's part of the Marvel family.
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Deadpool, and its sequel Deadpool 2, don't lack in razor-sharp inappropriate jokes, antiheroes, star-studded cameos and bloody violence. But since Disney added 20th Century Fox to its metaphorical Infinity Gauntlet,
Studios regained film rights to Deadpool, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men. This, according to Deadpool 2 director David Leitch, means the third installment might not be rated R.