The MCU has always been a PG-13 fun for all the family franchise, on the big screen at least. With TV series such as Daredevil and Agents of SHIELD  

Ever since its announcement, the Multiverse-hopping sequel has been promised to be the MCU's first horror film, and the trailers have certainly lived up to that.  

Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man director Sam Raimi is on board to direct which couldn't be more fitting given his history with both superhero and horror genres.

Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool 3, Multiverse of Madness has received its expected PG-13 rating, with some intriguing warnings.

According to Film Ratings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness officially received a PG-13 rating with a warning of frightening imagery.

The PG-13 rating highlights "frightening images," along with violence and occasional language

Director Sam Raimi has a long-standing reputation in the horror genre for throwing plenty of blood and gore in the mix. 

Graphic shots have already depicted Wanda covered in the blood of her foes, with reports suggesting there will be plenty more scary scenes related to the reality-bending Avenger.