'Black Widow': Kevin Feige Rules Out R-Rating

Lawrence Kim
February 23, 2019

In a new interview where it is pointed out that in 2018, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 director James Gunn was sacked by Disney because of past tweets, Disney film chief Alan Horn is asked if the studio now has a policy of policing social media accounts before they hire someone and calls what was said "outrageous". The full cast is expected back, and it has also been said Disney will still be using Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy 3 script.

James Gunn was, of course, very publically fired from Marvel after a series of old Tweets reemerged of him making a series of controversial jokes. It later turned out that the so-called outraged was perpetrated by alt-right Twitter groups that wanted to see the director defamed. Disney, however, did not relent and stood by their decision.

Speaking to Comicbook.com in an exclusive interview, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige officially ruled out the possibility of the upcoming Marvel Studios film having an R-rating.

What do you all make of this news? At the time he was already working on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. But Gunn did not stay down for long as he was picked up by rival Warner Bros.to write and direct the next Suicide Squad film.

The "Black Widow" movie does not yet have a release date, but filming will begin within weeks and according to Comic Book, the film is said to be premiering in 2020.

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