Butts Are Back--Disney Plus Allows The World To See Hugh Jackman's Buns With X-Men Movie

Disney censored a butt from 1984's Splash, but the company has not edited Hugh Jackman's butt for the recent Disney+ release of Days of Future Past in the US.


Disney used digital technology to cover up Daryl Hannah's naked butt from the movie Splash for its Disney+ release, but the company isn't totally against showing butts on the streaming service.

The X-Men movie Days of Future Past is now on Disney+ in the US, and it features Hugh Jackman's butt just as it was meant to be seen. Jackman wrote on Instagram that he's happy that Days of Future Past is not edited on Disney+. The actor also shared some choice photos from the movie, and a video of his naked scene with a smiley face covering up his derrière for the social media post.

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Days of Future Past also includes one utterance of the word "f**k," and it has not been edited on Disney+.

Jackman's buddy, actor Ryan Reynolds, responded to his post by saying he's excited for Deadpool to come to Disney+ without any edits. "It's time children knew," Reynolds said.

Disney has yet to make any announcements about bringing Deadpool to Disney+. Deadpool and its sequel are rated R, whereas Days of Future Past is rated PG-13. Disney+ has no R-rated movies, and the company had to censor a few of Hamilton's F-bombs to avoid getting an R rating.

In news about things that are not butts, Disney+ has confirmed the release dates for more of its upcoming releases, including Solo: A Star Wars Story, Incredibles 2, and Beauty and the Beast.

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