Disney has confirmed that almost all of the movies in Fox’s X-Males franchise at the moment are streaming on Disney+ in Canada.
Whereas based mostly on Marvel comics, these are separate from the Iron Man-led Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movies which are additionally obtainable on Disney+. Disney now owns the X-Males movie rights, following its acquisition of 21st Century Fox in March.
Right here’s the total record of X-Males films now streaming on Disney+:
- X-Males (2000)
- X2: X-Males United (2003)
- X-Males: The Final Stand (2006)
- X-Males Origins: Wolverine (2009)
- X-Males: First Class (2011)
- The Wolverine (2013)
- X-Males: Apocalypse (2016)
It’s essential to notice that this doesn’t characterize your complete X-Males franchise, as each Deadpool movies, Logan and Darkish Phoenix will not be obtainable on Disney+.
Within the case of Deadpool, the primary movie isn’t on any Canadian streaming service in the intervening time, whereas Deadpool 2 is accessible on Bell’s Crave platform. In the meantime, Logan — Hugh Jackman’s remaining outing as Wolverine — was on Netflix at one level however has since left the service.
That mentioned, these three movies are all R-Rated, and Disney has beforehand confirmed that the family-focused Disney+ will only feature PG-13 content.
Darkish Phoenix is the one one of many 4 that’s PG-13, though it launched in June, so current rights agreements could forestall the movie from streaming anyplace at this level — Disney+ or in any other case.
For now, although, Disney+ presents a largely complete have a look at Fox’s essential X-Males franchise, particularly as the MCU prepares to reboot the mutant heroes in the future.
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