The Deadpool movies are known for bringing a hard-R rating to the superhero genre. But what’s a tamer version of Deadpool look like? We’re about to find out.

Fox announced an updated release schedule on Friday afternoon, and the new dates included something surprising: on December 21, a new Deadpool movie is coming out. That date pits it against some major movies including Aquaman and the new Transformers spinoff Bumblebee. But the most surprisingly thing is the new Deadpool project will be rated PG-13.

Considering that Deadpool 2 opened just four months ago, there’s no way this could be a new movie starring Ryan Reynolds’ Merc With a Mouth, right? Did Fox cook up the X-Force movie in a secret lab in a matter of months? According to Deadline, this ‘Untitled Deadpool Movie’ will be a kid-friendly re-release of Deadpool 2. That is… bizarre. But wait, it’s about to get weirder.

Just before the release date news broke, Reynolds tweeted this photo:

Why is Deadpool reading Fred Savage a bedtime story? Are we getting a Princess PrideDeadpool crossover? Well, kinda. According to one rumor, it sounds like Deadpool will be stepping into the late Peter Falk’s shoes to read a grown-up Savage (reprising his role from the 1987 movie) a bedtime story. That story would apparently be a kid-appropriate version of the Deadpool sequel. Still, bizarre.

The other big release date news concerns the next X-Men movie. Dark Phoenix just had a new trailer drop this week – like, yesterday – announcing the film was opening February 14, 2019. But now the film has been pushed (again) to June 7 of next year. Will this movie ever come out?! That used to be the release date for Gambit, which we learned is apparently a romantic comedy (are we living in the superhero Twilight Zone today?), which now has a new release date. The Channing Tatum-led movie will now open March 13, 2020. And lastly, James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez’ Alita: Battle Angel has been pushed from December 21 to Dark Phoenix‘s old release date, next Valentine’s Day.