In an announcement to coincide with San Diego Comic Con, Disney+ announced that Deadpool, Deadpool 2, and Logan will be available to stream on Disney+ starting July 22. These movies are rated R or Restricted, meaning minors (ages 17 and under) must be accompanied by an adult. They were the first to arrive on the platform, and Disney+ was added shortly after removing two other films from its catalog that were deemed too “adult”.
Yet in an interview with entertainment expert Eric Vespe a few years ago, Disney+ had claimed that all games to be released would be rated “PG-13” or less.ie movies are not recommended for children under 13. The Parent Television and Media Council (PTC) therefore did not fail to remind Disney of this and condemned these additions.
Disney+ unveils the first movies forbidden to minors on its platform
These additions mark the final stage of the work.A broader integration strategy at Disney As Marvel Studios continues to put more and more heroes under its MCU umbrella, it has since the company acquired Fox’s entertainment assets in 2019.
The inclusion of these three films is accompanied by a reminder that parents can make in the press release. set parental controls to help improve family experiences. Disney said ” Subscribers are encouraged to review parental controls settings to ensure an optimal viewing experience for them and their families. “Very young children should not come across these movies when browsing the service’s catalogue.
After Logan and Deadpool, we imagine Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders or The Punisher. Coming to Disney+. Rumors in 2020 even suggested that Disney is preparing to launch a Disney 18+ category.