Deadpool 3: What Are The Plans? Everything A Fan Must Know

Deadpool 3: What Are The Plans? Everything A Fan Must Know

With the Disney takeover, the “X-Men” universe, including Wolverine and Deadpool, is officially part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

In an interview from the beginning of 2019, Marvel creative boss Kevin Feige smoothed the waves. Disney is not planning a defused version of “Deadpool 3” for 12 years. According to a recent statement from “Deadpool 2” director David, fans have to be prepared for anything:

“He [Deadpool] has an R rating so it doesn’t match the [MCU] brand. However, the film does not necessarily have to have an R rating and [Disney] does not always have to make films with a PG 13 rating. I think we’ll find a good middle ground. “

Ryan Reynolds confirmed that Disney had included work on “Deadpool 3”, where he did not comment on the R-rated debate.

How Could “Deadpool 3” Look Like At Disney?

Disney doesn’t seem to have made a final decision on age ratings yet. After the financial success of the “Joker,” it would be conceivable that they leave the solo adventures of Deadpool as they are and only “defuse” him during his appearances in other MCU films. Or they take the risk and let “Deadpool 3” explore the limits of the lower PG-13 rating, as “Venom” has already done.

Regardless of that, what is Disney doing with the X-Men universe and the other mutants? When and in what form will they be integrated into the MCU? And can we expect a replacement from Wolverine, Professor X, and Magneto?

So far, Marvel has only announced the timetable for the fourth phase. Deadpool and the other X-Men characters will return at the earliest in phase 5, i.e., from 2022.

Possible: Plot & Cast

The only thing that is certain at the moment is that Ryan Reynolds will be there. Since those in charge at Disney have not yet agreed on the direction, we can only make assumptions. The ending of “Deadpool 2” suggests that Cable ( Josh Brolin ) could return in Part 3. 

This would be a strange coincidence because Brolin has played the MCU villain Thanos so far. In the comics, Cable and Deadpool have a long history behind them that could be expanded cinematically. It would be a shame if Cable were no longer featured because it resembles Thanos.

In a post-credit scene, Negasonic Teenage Warhead also manipulates the time travel device to enable infinite journeys. What do you think Deadpool will do with this power? In the infamous Deadpool # 11 issue, Deadpool travels through time with Blind Al to impersonate Peter Parker / Spider-Man and Blind Al as Aunt May. 

The parody was hailed as one of the funniest editions in the comic series. We would find a bizarre world in which Deadpool interferes in the MCU stories very appealing. The only question is whether Disney dares to take such an approach.


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