It really does not make sense to create a PG-13 Deadpool movie, especially now that the property has been rated a giant at the box office. However, 20th Century Fox can not stop looking at the teens and the money they could spend on the spoiled superhero. Now there is a compromise with a PG-13 version of Deadpool 2 arriving in December. Deadline reports that the new version is called Once Upon a Deadpool and will be released in a limited edition from December 1
By Deadline: "The lion's share of [19459007OnceUponDeadpool is footage of Deadpool 2 which was edited to meet the violent thresholds and language of PG-13. There is also new material in the form of a framing sequence designed by Deadpool Ryan Reynolds and the authors by Rhett Reese and by Paul Wernick . , Reynolds and his cohorts worked in a small film crew on a single hectic day of guerilla film. "
This is not necessarily a deposit for Fox wooing teenagers in the winter break. Reynolds says, "Because it's the season of giving, we'll also give you $ 1 for every ticket sold to F-ck Cancer, which will be renamed Fudge Cancer for just that limited time and campaign."
So what did Reynolds want to do with a PG-13 Deadpool movie? He says, "Fox basically asked for a PG-13 after launching in 2006. I said no since 2006. Now I said" yes "under two conditions: First, part of the proceeds had to go to a good cause. Secondly, I wanted to kidnap Fred Savage The second condition needed some explanation … "
But it's not just about charity and it's not just about Fred Savage. Deadpool is for Invaluable after 20th Century Fox, repackaging as a PG-13 not only gives the studio a double dip for a month in which there is no new release, but also for the movie Chance in China. that the release of PG-13 "by the management of Disney and its Marvel Studios will be closely watched and may provide information on how to include Deadpool in their plans."
It will be difficult there At the moment, Deadpool is a R-rated brand under Disney control when Fox merges with Disney later this year. Disney does not release R-Rated films. Well, it is possible that they may retain Fox as a separate unit that may release R-fares such as Deadpool . But then you have the complications of Marvel Studios, which really want nothing beyond a PG-13. So, when Once upon a Deadpool is suddenly a hit at the box office, there are dates that say, "People like this character enough to see it in a PG-13 movie." But if the move fails, it's possible that Deadpool just does not play with the other Marvel characters, which is not the worst thing in the world.
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