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China Rejects 'Deadpool' Release Due To Graphic Violence

China has rejected the release of 'Deadpool' due to its graphic violence.

The country's local media sources, including Mtime, are reporting that China's censors haven't taken kindly to Deadpool's brand of humor or its violence, nudity and language.

Usually films are cut once the country's censors raise objects to certain scenes or situations.

However, that's not possible with 'Deadpool' since it would leave the film almost incomprehensible.

The Ryan Reynolds-starrer received a noteworthy reception at Comic-Con. However, the world's second largest movie market doesn't want anything to do with the foul-mouthed Marvel superhero.

That's a big hit the studio considering 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' grossed $240 million in China and even the much less hyped 'Ant-Man' was able to take in around $100 million in the market.

January 18, 2016 |

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