Here’s everything we know about Deadpool 3, including when it’s coming out, who’s in it, and how Ryan Reynolds plans to integrate Wade Wilson into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
When will Deadpool 3 be available for purchase? Does the MCU realize what it’s in for? There will be a Deadpool 3, and it will take place within the established timeline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Sure enough, you’re absolutely right. The mutant’s presence will bring cussing and frequent use of the F-word into what were formerly family-friendly Marvel action films.
When Disney acquired Fox in 2019, the company responsible for the X-Men films and the first two Deadpool films, many people doubted that this would happen. But Marvel has shown with its TV shows so far in Phase 4 that it is more than willing to forge new ground. And if nothing else, Deadpool 3 is guaranteed to push some viewers over the edge of their tolerance.
Where do we stand with what we know about Deadpool 3? The science fiction film isn’t coming out for a while yet, and the details are few, but that didn’t stop us from doing our research. In our quest to find out when Deadpool 3 would be released, we scoured the internet, consulted Cerebro, and asked every psychic we know for information.
Deadpool 3: Release Date
Deadpool 3 Release Date is set for November 8, 2024. Ryan Reynolds tweeted that the picture would hit theatres on September 6, 2024, but it now appears that they will need more time to complete the project.
Will Deadpool 3 Take Place Within The MCU?
Hard keeping my mouth sewn shut about this one. ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/OdV7JmAkEu
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 27, 2022
To respond quickly: yeah. The man in charge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Kevin Feige, confirmed this, so we know it’s true. He also assured fans that the series’ signature crude humor and graphic violence will be left untouched.
Feige told Collider in January that Deadpool 3 “would be rated R and… Ryan’s overseeing a draught right now.” Many people were taken aback by the news, and not simply because of the strong language. With two movies outside of MCU continuity now out there, how would the MCU handle this situation? Leave it alone? Make changes? Alter it? That may be unnecessary, though.
Now, more than ever is the moment to introduce a figure from a different timeline, thanks to the establishment of the multiverse at the end of Loki Season 1. The subtitle of Doctor Strange 2 is “multiverse of craziness,” and we’ve already seen characters from both the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield Spider-Man films show up in Spider-Man: No Way Home, so it looks like Phases 4 and 5 of the MCU will be just as crazy.
What does Feige mean when he says he thinks Deadpool 3 will be for Wade Wilson what Thor: Ragnarok was for Thor? Seems like he might get a facelift to make him more suitable for the MCU.
Could Deadpool Appear in The MCU Prior To Deadpool 3?
Well, we kind of have. Deadpool and Taika Waititi’s Korg from Thor: Ragnarok appeared in a 2021 trailer for Ryan Reynolds’s Free Guy. On a related note, it has been stated by the media that Reynolds is eager for Korg to appear in Deadpool 3.
The likelihood of Deadpool appearing in a Marvel Cinematic Universe production prior to Deadpool 3 is much higher. With the multiverse expanding so rapidly, even a brief appearance by the Merc with a Mouth in an earlier film or TV show is likely. In any case, he might get bleeped out if he has to use profanity, at which point he could launch into a meta-rant about the censoring of profanity.
Instead of waiting for his own film, Reynolds hinted in August to Comicbook.com that he might make an early debut in the MCU:
In his opinion, both perspectives are valid, as Reynolds stated. When it comes to that persona, I think you’re always going to zig when everyone’s expecting you to zag. As long as Disney is willing to let Deadpool be used in a variety of ways, even if they seem completely different from one another, I’m down with that. To put it simply, I love it all.
Deadpool 3: Cast Speculation
Who will be in the third Deadpool movie? We’re going to take a wild guess and say that Ryan Reynolds will be back to reprise his role as Deadpool/Wade Wilson.
Hugh Jackman, who previously played Wolverine, will also be returning for this sequel. On September 27th, 2022, Reynold made the announcement publicly.
Even though he died in the Western-themed Logan, Deadpool 3 will most likely include an earlier iteration of the character or an alternate timeline. There’s always the chance that Logan will return to the film without any explanation at all.
While the cast is unknown at this time, we do know that Peter will not be joining the rest of the X-Force team that perished in Deadpool 2. Since Reynolds was a fan of Peter’s portrayal, and since he was the only X-Force member we saw Deadpool rescue in the epilogue, it’s possible that he will return.
We thought Rob Delaney‘s role was fantastic. When asked by Empire what he liked best about Deadpool, Reynolds said, “I love that he just completely ignores this marquee cast [the X-Force] that he could have saved with useful and wonderful superheroes.”
There are a lot more guys, but we just don’t have the money to bring them back from the dead. Particularly, one of them would cost a lot of money. Surely he doesn’t refer to Brad Pitt’s The Vanisher. He supposedly only received a Starbucks gift card in exchange for his cameo in Deadpool 2.
Since Morena Baccarin’s character, Vanessa was brought back to life in the Deadpool 2 post-credits scene, her presence would be expected in the third part. We hope that Zazie Beetz’s Domino will return, but Beetz herself isn’t completely confident that she will.
She expressed interest in returning to Collider in March of 2021, but she hasn’t heard anything further regarding the sequel. She elaborated, “I would love to recreate the part.” I haven’t had any conversations about it that were focused on that. To the contrary, I’m curious.
Baccarin admitted to harassing Reynolds in an interview with The Wrap to find out if she has a role in the film. She said, “I hope I get to be in it.”
It’s not clear to me. They are extremely, extremely, and annoyingly secretive. Once every six months, I send Ryan a text that simply reads, “What’s going onnnn?” He says something to the effect of, “Hey, how are you? The question, “How is your family doing?” I was all “Not what I’m asking youuuu!”
Deadpool’s landlord/caregiver Leslie Uggams has been speculated to return as well, given that she has worked with Reynolds before.
Deadpool 3: Plot Speculation
For Deadpool 3, Ryan Reynolds has previously stated on Twitter that he envisions “a road trip between Deadpool and Logan” (Wolverine). The Rashomon method. Honest to God.
Now that we know Jackman will reprise his role as Wolverine, this is a possibility, though we expect Marvel Studios to want to go in a slightly different way. We’re going to take a wild stab and say it’ll be a classic superhero team-up with plenty of tension between the members before they finally learn to work together to defeat the bad guys.
When asked about including Dogpool, an alternate universe canine version of Deadpool from the comics, in a Deadpool film, Ryan Reynolds said yes in a 2018 interview with Radio One. However, he may have just been joking around with an interviewer who clearly just wanted to show off his geeky knowledge of Deadpool trivia.
Zazie Beetz, who plays Domino, told the media in March that she would “love to reprise the part” if given the chance, but that she had not yet had “any specific conversations” about doing so. In addition, the conclusion of Deadpool 2 strongly implies that Reynolds is not yet finished with the Cable (Josh Brolin) persona.
One theory suggests that the events of Deadpool 3 will overlap with those of the Loki TV show. the media reports that in the film, Wade will stand trial before the TVA for murdering his X-Men Origins: Wolverine counterpart in the post-credits sequence of Deadpool 2. Given our skepticism, we recommend taking this with a massive grain of salt.
Deadpool trilogy co-writer Rhett Reese has stated that Disney’s enthusiastic support for the picture will not alter Wade Wilson’s offbeat sense of humor.
Reese said to the media, “When it comes to a particular joke, if we cross a boundary, maybe we’ll hear at some time, ‘Maybe not that joke.'”
“But I believe they’ve been tremendously supportive of what we’re doing because clearly, we were doing it separately from them for a long time. They’ve seen the success, and they’ve had their own even greater success. It seems like a match made in heaven, so here’s hoping! But it’s fantastic to know that we have their backing.
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