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Deadpool 3 might not be rated R, says David Leitch

There is no official announcement about the third part of Deadpool as of now

Published: 07th August 2019

Unlike the first two films of the Deadpool franchise, the third instalment might not be R-rated. The superhero film series, starring Ryan Reynolds in the titular role, is famous for its excessive usage of violence and cuss words.

In an interview with a famous magazine, Deadpool 2-director David Leitch has revealed that the quirky superhero can impress the audience even with a lower age-rating. "He doesn't necessarily need to be R-rated and Disney doesn't necessarily need to only make PG-13 movies," he explained.

The second film of the Deadpool series was released last May, and it became a hit just like its predecessor. Now that Disney has taken over the superhero film series, it will be interesting to see how they are going to incorporate this hitherto foul-mouthed character within their universe. There is no official announcement about the third part of Deadpool as of now. 

Meanwhile, Ryan Reynolds, who is awaiting the release of the Netflix release Six Underground, has films like Free Guy and The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard in the pipeline. 

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