BLACK WIDOW Movie Rumored To Be Marvel Studios' First R-Rated Release
This is definitely unexpected but a new rumour is doing the rounds which indicates that the upcoming Black Widow movie starring Scarlett Johansson could end up with...an R-Rating?! Read on for details.
"When I first heard they were developing the Black Widow film, I also heard they were discussing whether or not to make it Marvel Studios first R-rated film," he reveals.
Unfortunately, as intriguing as this would be, I can't imagine it ever happening. While Black Widow could benefit from an R-Rating, Disney would be closing the door on young girls being able to watch the female-led superhero movie, while it's no secret that the character - played by Scarlett Johansson - shifts merchandise.
An R-Rating would greatly impact both of those things and that's why Black Widow will more than likely end up being PG-13, just like every other Marvel Studios release.
Would you guys like to see this standalone adventure for the hero receive an R-Rating next year?
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