For The Marvel Cinematic Universe, 'Doctor Strange And The Multiverse Of Madness' will go PG-13 (Sorry, Deadpool Fans?)

For The Marvel Cinematic Universe, 'Doctor Strange And The Multiverse Of Madness' will go PG-13 (Sor ...

The calamity of Benedict Cumberbatch, the, will soon return to cinemas in 2022, which is already breaking for 2017. Movies are back, baby, and we keep saying that, but the masses will certainly listen to Wanda Maximoff, who is still optimistic about double standards and launching his MCU debut. Do you have any more questions about Deadpool's potential involvement, too?

Despite a. And if we want to be really stupid about it all, let's look into the ratings of this Sam Raimi-directed sequel: PG-13.

The film is expected to be full and intense, with:

As the multiverse opens up to whatever horrors out there, MCU CEO Kevin Feige dubbed it the 'first horror film in the blockbuster industry,' complete with a series of splintered scenes. The MPAA approved this approach, putting the upcoming film at a PG-13 rating for "intense sequences of violence and action, frightening images, and some language."

Given that Wanda is being careful about the Darkhold, maybe that is why he will be doing some of the frights to come. And now to that Deadpool stuff, there has been absolutely no confirmation from anyone that he would probably introduce his brand of chaos into perspective, but if he did, I would hope that he did some R-rated things. So maybe we can joke around and see the PG-13 confirmation as a proof of some sort. (Never mind, they're gonna dump him

We can expect Wong (Benedict Wong), Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams) and America Chavez in this film, thus there isn't going to be anything.

On May 6, 2022, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released in theaters.

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