While Marvel Studios currently has plenty of material to prepare for release over the next few years, the team is always looking at how it can also be extended to the future. Much of that future includes the heroes and villains recently acquired in Disney’s merger with 20th Century Fox Studios.
Of all the characters now available to bring into the MCU, almost no one has more surrounding hype than Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson, better known as Deadpool. After proving that R-rated superhero movies could be wildly successful during his tenure at Fox, Merc with a Mouth is now set to join its long-lost brothers and sisters in MCU’s canon history.
After the merger, Reynolds’ anti-hero became the first hero to receive plans for a solo film
, which now boasts
writing team that writes the script along with Reynolds. No time frame has been set for its release; However, Marvel’s top manager recently confirmed that the team is working hard to bring the excursion to life.
FEIGE CONFIRMS DEADPOOL 3 DEVELOPMENT
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige spoke recently
, confirming that Marvel has a planned internal timeframe for the release of Ryan Reynolds’
When asked if the team had pencil in a release window for threequel, Feige confirmed that this was the case. He went on to reveal that
“the manuscript is on its way”
and the star Ryan Reynolds
“working very hard on it with our writers while we talk.”
FEIGE AND REYNOLDS MAKE CHIMICHANGAS
Currently, Jon Watts’s only film is previously from Fox’s catalog, which is confirmed to be under development.
, which was announced at Disney Investor Day 2020. However, with Ryan Reynolds’ overwhelming popularity
franchise, Feige has been open about reassuring fans that he and the team are working to deliver this anticipated film.
Reynolds’ first two solo outings with Fox were overwhelming successes with a total of $ 1.5 billion in the box office; both films now stand as two of the three most grossing R-rated films ever behind Todd Phillips’
. With the overwhelming support both critically and financially, it only makes sense that Disney will quickly continue this race.
Feige has regularly stated that Disney will keep Reynolds’
with the same R-rating as
, and fans are already dying to see him interact with Earth’s most powerful heroes. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post
, but it becomes clear that Marvel will make its debut in the right way.
Reynolds is likely to be hard at work with Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin on the script in the coming months, and he recently brought Deadpool into the MCU officially along with Taika Waititis Korg in a
trailer review video. Now, all the world can do is wait while Reynolds works with Marvel to bring Wade Wilson and his katana-swinging antihero into MCU’s cannon tale.
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