When Will Dark Phoenix Be On Disney Plus?
- Patrick Hunter
Disney+ Will Add Another Fox X-Men Film Marvel fans are beginning to see an increasing number of Fox superhero films on. Due to Disney’s acquisition of Fox, several X-Men and Fantastic Four films originally produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox have begun finding their way to streaming services over the past few months.
- This week, one of the remaining Marvel films from Fox is added to Disney+, bringing the streaming service one step closer to acquiring the whole X-Men brand.
- Dark Phoenix will be accessible on Disney+ as of Friday, September 3rd.
- Due to a prior agreement between Fox and HBO, was unavailable on a Disney-owned service for a period of time after its home release.
It will be the sixth X-Men film available on Disney+ when it comes on Friday. X-Men, X2, and X-Men: The Last Stand are already available on Disney+, as are X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. X-Men: First Class is the only major X-Men film presently absent from the roster.
Dark Phoenix was the second-to-last Marvel film produced by 20th Century, with The New Mutants marking the franchise’s conclusion in 2020. The New Mutants might potentially follow Dark Phoenix to Disney+ following its run on HBO Max, although given some of its heavier subject matter, Disney could always choose to move it to Hulu instead.
Sadly, even if First Class ultimately arrives on Disney+, Fox’s whole library of Mutant films will likely never be available on the same streaming service. Deadpool, Deadpool 2, and Logan are all rated R, and those ratings are well-deserved. They will not appear on Disney+, a service that is marketed as being extremely family-friendly.
Is Dark Phoenix available via Disney Plus?
Observe X-Men: Dark Phoenix | Feature Film | Disney+
Disney+ removes “Dumbo” and “Peter Pan” and other films with bad portrayals from their children’s profiles. This is an old article, and the information contained within may no longer be accurate. Please examine the story’s time stamp to determine when it was last updated.
Disney+ has deleted many films from children’s profiles on its service, including “Dumbo,” “Peter Pan,” “The Aristocats,” and “The Swiss Family Robinson,” due to poor representations and stereotypes. In October, The Walt Disney Company issued a statement regarding the films’ “negative representations and/or abuse of people and cultures.” According to KTLA’s sister station in Rockford, Illinois, it has now blocked access to the movie for children under seven.
Adults with Disney+ memberships may still see films with adult warnings, which show around 10 to 12 seconds before to the uncut video. This caution includes the text: “This program depicts and/or mistreats individuals and/or cultures negatively. These prejudices were incorrect then and they are incorrect now.
- Instead of removing inappropriate information, we wish to acknowledge its destructive impact, learn from it, and inspire dialogue in order to create a more inclusive future.” It sends interested readers to the relevant part of Disney.com.
- According to the part of Disney’s website, the choices to restrict access to the content for some and include a parental advisory for everyone were taken for the following reasons: “Dumbo” (1941): “The crows and musical piece pay tribute to racist minstrel shows, in which white actors with blackened features and torn clothes portrayed and mocked enslaved Africans on Southern plantations.
Jim Crow, the head of the gang in Dumbo, shares his name with the laws that mandated racial segregation in the southern United States.” “Peter Pan” (1953): “The film depicts Native Americans in a stereotyped manner that neither reflects the variety of Native peoples nor their actual cultural practices.
- It depicts them conversing in an incomprehensible language and refers to them offensively as “redskins.” Peter and the Lost Boys indulge in dancing and other dramatic behaviors.” “”Swiss Family Robinson” (1960): “The pirates who threaten the Robinsons are depicted as a stereotypically alien peril.
- Many appear in ‘yellow face’ or ‘brown face’ and are garbed in an exaggerated and inappropriate fashion with top knot hairstyles, queues, robes, and excessive facial makeup and jewelry, emphasizing their barbarism and ‘otherness'” “The Aristocats” (1970): “The (Siamese) cat (Shun Gon) is portrayed as a racist caricature of East Asians with exaggerated stereotyped characteristics such as slanted eyes and buck teeth.
He sings in English with a bad accent provided by a white actress, and he plays the piano with chopsticks.” All rights held by copyright 2022 Nexstar Media Inc. This content is not permitted to be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed: Disney+ removes “Dumbo” and “Peter Pan” and other films with bad portrayals from their children’s profiles.
Will a sequel to Dark Phoenix exist?
X-Men: Dark Phoenix has officially in theaters, and we have no doubt that fans are already speculating about what comes next. The newest entry of Fox’s X-Men franchise depicts Jean Grey’s turbulent transformation from a formidable mutant learning to manage her talents to the destructive Dark Phoenix.
The film’s star-studded ensemble, which includes Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner as Jean and Jessica Chastain as the manipulative extraterrestrial seeking to abuse her power, cannot alter the film’s inescapable outcome. Dark Phoenix will be the final X-Men film produced by Fox. If the absence of midcredits and postcredits sequences didn’t initially tip you off, the news before the film’s release definitely should have.
Since Disney completed its acquisition of 20th Century Fox for $71.3 billion, the X-Men will be completely incorporated into Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Not only does this indicate that there is a significant possibility that the X-Men and the Avengers could collaborate in the future, but it also signifies that a new era will begin for the X-Men film franchise.
In contrast to how X-Men: First Class offered younger versions of our beloved mutants while still incorporating performers from the older generation of films — i.e. all of Hugh Jackman’s appearances — we’ll be getting a whole new version of each character. Emma Watts, a Fox executive, characterized Dark Phoenix as “the ultimate send-off” for the X-Men film franchise in March.
No, there will not be a sequel to Dark Phoenix, but the X-Men will return. Just with entirely new actors, and probably not in the near future. After all, Disney is hard at work on its whole slate of upcoming films.