Disney took to Twitter to announce that Deadpool, Deadpool 2, and Logan will be coming to Disney+ on Friday, July 22.
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The three R-rated Marvel films will finally make their Disney+ debut, further adding to the service’s enormous collection of Marvel content. Due to the films’ ratings, Marvel asked that subscribers “revisit their parental controls” once the movies join the streamer.
These three Marvel films are long-awaited by fans, as all three were released to positive reception due to their mature themes and, in Deadpool‘s case, humor. Logan was even nominated for an Oscar, having secured a nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2018 Academy Awards.
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The two Deadpool films follow Wade Wilson, a foul-mouthed mercenary who undergoes experimental testing and gains the ability to regenerate his body as the vigilante Deadpool. Deadpool battles all sorts of threats in both films, with a healthy dose of fourth-wall-breaking humor. Logan, on the other hand, follows Wolverine years after the X-Men films. As he cares for an aged Professor Xavier, Logan finds himself in the care of a young mutant who isn’t too different from himself. All three films were part of Fox’s X-Men series upon release.