It's hard not to talk about the record breaking Deadpool film with it's massive Valentines day weekend success but there's a big question going forward, will we see more R-rated super hero films? Director of Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn, wasted no time addressing the controversial and profane merc movie with a profane Facebook post of his own (more so aimed at a deadline article), warning Hollywood to take "the right lesson," from Deadpool. He brought up a few really important points that the fear here is that films "like Deadpool," will be green lit which will essentially be high violence and high in foul language without the heart and actual hilarity behind Ryan Reynold long awaited film. This all comes just a day before the rumor surfaced that the third and supposed final Wolverine film could be rated R itself. While Wolverine could possibly work with an R rating and maybe even feature the inclusion of Deadpool, there's another problem Fox has on their hands. Deadpool became highly profitable because of it's extremely low budget, due in part to its rating. With a mere $58 million, Deadpool grossed a massive $284.5 million world wide as opposed to the last solo Wolverine film with a much larger $120 million dollar budget which grossed $414 million and X Men: Days of Future Past with it's whopping 200 million dollar budget that grossed nearly $750 million through it's box office run. It's a bit of a gamble and maybe because it's a fictional character, producers might be willing to take the gamble but will we see PG-13 budgets get poured into rated R films? Deadpool broke an impressive record being the biggest R rated opening in the U.S. box office history and the change could potentially send studios scrambling for what ever raunchy story they can throw on screen. While it's extremely unlikely that any core Marvel films will go the route of R rating, who know what Fox has up their sleeve? We've already heard the interest in an adult X-Force film which would see Reynolds reprise the role as well as a direct sequel to Deadpool. A new Spawn film from comic book artist Todd Macfarlane which will most certainly be rated R, has also been confirmed so we'll just have to wait and see if companies are going to jump the shark or if Deadpool was an exception to the rule.