All 4 Upcoming R-Rated MCU Movies and TV Shows
Everyone loves Marvel movies, right? Well, traditionally, anyway – The Marvels‘ The disastrous box office performance is questioning that. But, in general, kids and adults alike love the MCU.
And yet other studios have had great success exploring the mature side of the superhero genre over the past decade, and it looks like Marvel Studios is finally getting in on the action. Before the Multiverse Saga comes to fruition, we’ve got a handful of projects on both the big and small screens that will mark Marvel’s first forays into the R-rated and TV-Ma world.
Hardcore Marvel fans are naturally excited to see the studio take on the darker and grittier ends of its previously suppressed universe, so there’s a lot of anticipation for these productions. For those who want to keep track, here are every MCU movie and TV show confirmed to have a mature rating so far, in order of release.
echo — January 10, 2024
echo It went from everyone’s least anticipated Disney Plus show to one of their least anticipated when Marvel dropped the first look trailer for it in early November. As his bone-crunching footage teased, the five-part Hawk In fact, the spinoff will be rated TV-MA, and showrunner Sydney Freeland promises that Netflix’s Defenders Saga was a huge influence on this gritty, streetwise addition to Marvel’s roster of streaming shows. Also, echo also a pioneer of the Marvel Spotlight banner, which is assigned to projects that are separate from the wider Multiverse Saga.
Deadpool 3 — July 26, 2024
Disney really had no choice in what to do Deadpool 3 R-rated as fans of the Merc with the Mouth would riot if it were PG-13. As it turned out, though, it seems everyone involved was keen to stick with the adults-only angling for the Fox franchise from the outside – Bob Iger confirmed as much at a Disney shareholder meeting in December 2019. So what why the company was so keen on that. when Ryan Reynolds’ irreverent antihero isn’t associated with the Mickey Mouse brand? Hmm, maybe it has something to do with the first two Deadpool movies made over $1.5 billion at the box office.
Blade — November 7, 2025
Similarly, it would certainly be impossible to Blade reboot without keeping the R-rating of Wesley Snipes’ original comic book horror trilogy. Unfortunately, BladeR-rated is everything we know about the Mahershala Ali movie, after it has passed through so many hands and the release date has changed so many times. Director Yann Demange is keen to go ahead with the reimagining of the highly-plagued Daywalker, however. Deadline in November 2023 that maturity certificate is “so important” to the character and his life.
Zombies Marvel — TBD
Hands up to really remember Zombies Marvel what was it? yes, don’t forget, What if…? Season 1’s anticipation of a zombie apocalypse universe got the studio’s creative juices flowing so much that an animated series based in just that world is on the way. It’s just, you know, taking a very methodical approach in its production process and it’s as slow as a zombie getting here. Admittedly, this one is probably on the backburner for Marvel right now, amid a major restructuring of its Disney Plus slate, but this R-rated animation is still confirmed nonetheless.
But, wait, what about it Daredevil: Born Again?
I know what you’re thinking: where Daredevil: Born Again? Surely a Disney Plus reboot of the beloved Netflix series, which was known for its maturity and non-stop action, is also highly anticipated with a TV-MA rating, right? Well, you would think, but It has been shown by intel that was not the plan for the original version of the show. This could be one plus side of the series being sent back to the drawing board midway through production, however, with Moon Knight directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead taking the reins. Word has it that Marvel wants to bring it closer to the Netflix show, so fingers crossed that will include hitting it with a TV-MA certificate. Although that may all depend on the success of echo…
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