This winter, Disney plans to launch a controversial film about the promiscuities of children's transportation called Magic Trike: Pedal to the Metal.

A sequel to the future 2014 hit Magic Mike II, a leaked screenshot (above) revealed an opening scene that has some parents outraged.

In the first ever collaboration with Disney, Lionsgate Films picked up the script almost instantly, written by James Franco.  With a budget of $275 million, this places it just in front of Disney's Tangled, second only to Pirates of the Carribean: At World's End.

In keeping with the film's title, Franco says the film will feature thirteen classic rock hits including Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me," and Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin Love."

When news broke on Facebook, Samantha Redford remarked angrily:

I mean, look at how the rear wheels are just hanging out there!  Jesus... PUT SOME TASSLES ON.  I can't believe they're releasing this filth... how did this get a PG rating?!

But not everyone seems to think it's so bad.  Jeffrey Whitman responded:

See, this is what's wrong with the country.  I mean, kids are gonna see that stuff anyway... may as well let them start young.

Commented another parent beneath the YouTube trailer:

u guyz dont belive me but im 4 real and if u cheq out mi channel ill show u that my sick beats [are for real]

Fans and critics alike are eager to see its box office performance given the publicity it's receiving only hours after the press release.