D23 has come and gone, and Disney has officially started promoting their streaming service, Disney+. Some people were wondering if the platform would feature some of the R-rated content from Fox like Alien or Deadpool, but as it turns out, there won\u2019t be anything above PG-13 on the service.\r\n\r\nThis was confirmed by entertainment writer Eric Vespe who attended the Disney+ demo in D23. He writes:\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/EricVespe\/status\/1165350604346052609?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1165350604346052609&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fepicstream.com%2Fnews%2FBayaniMiguelAcebedo%2FDisney-will-NOT-Feature-R-Rated-Content\r\n\r\nVespe also followed up at the panel and asked if the R-rated content would be brought into Hulu, and he was told, \u201cthat\u2019s a good assumption.\u201d Nothing else was confirmed.\r\n\r\nIt should probably come as no surprise that Disney would only be featuring family-friendly content as it is what defines their brand. While this may come as a weakness for Disney+, the company still has leverage in the sense that they own Marvel Studios and Star Wars\u2014two of the biggest box office franchises in history. I guess it will be the fans who ultimately lose because this could mean we won\u2019t be getting any Punisher reboot or even Deadpool.\r\n\r\nIf anything, it was said that Disney was trying to find a way to work with their R-rated materials in the future. I mean, it doesn\u2019t make sense for them to just water down franchises that are popular specifically because they go all out. Rumor has it that they were thinking of R-rated Deadpool films, that could crossover with the MCU, but whenever Deadpool is there, he\u2019ll only act PG-13.\r\n\r\nThat\u2019s just a rumor. Hopefully Disney finds a compromise that will allow Marvel to use all of its properties, but have some creative freedom at the same time. I mean, we already lost Spider-Man, so Disney owes it to the fans.\r\n\r\nDisney+ officially comes out on Nov. 12.