As the R-rated X-Men movies are set to premiere tomorrow, the Deadpool and Logan movies are now available on Disney+.
Disney's streaming service, which debuted in 2019, was hailed as a family-friendly one that went to considerable measures to maintain that perception.
F-bombs were removed from certain earlier films that contained brief nudity, but none of the previous R-rated Disney of 20th Century content was made available.
All of that changed in 2022 when Disney modified its user profiles to permit the streaming of R-rated and TV-MA video on a few Disney+ accounts.
With the announcement that Netflix's classic Marvel series like Daredevil and Jessica Jones would start streaming on Disney's service in their original, unedited forms, the decision to let more mature content on Disney+ was made.
his gave many people hope that Disney would eventually keep introducing older, more mature Marvel content on Disney+.
The majority of Fox's X-Men series is already available on the streaming service for subscribers, but due to their R-ratings, the Deadpool franchise and Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine appearance in Logan were previously unavailable.
Currently, Disney has made the unexpected revelation that Logan, Deadpool, and Deadpool 2 will all be available on Disney+.
The three R-rated X-Men films will debut on Disney+ on July 22 according to the company.
Users who wish to see the two Deadpool movies starring Ryan Reynolds and Logan starring Hugh Jackman must change their accounts to allow adult content on their profiles.