Inching toward a more mature (some could say “scandalous”) streaming service, Disney+ subscribers in the U.S. were temporarily given not one but two 20th Century Studios films titled “Hot Shots” and “Hot Shots: Part Deux.” These movies have since been removed from the platform just days after adding them.
Starring the controversial Charlie Sheen, “Hot Shots” is a 1991 parody of “Top Gun.” Rated PG-13, the film not only has raunchy scenes in it, but there is also an F-word thrown in there and “scatological language.” While violent scenes aren’t out of the ordinary for Disney+, foul words are rare.
Another surprising and atypical title that was announced by mistake was the rated R film “Kiss of the Dragon,” which will be released in Canada instead. The movie features Jet Li as a Chinese intelligence agent who joins forces with an American prostitute on a drug ring mission.
With the new parental controls,