Although Deadpool 3 doesn’t have a release date, it’s swiftly becoming one of Marvel Studios’ most anticipated films. Although narrative specifics and cast members are still finalized, Marvel fans are already enthused about having the Merc with a Mouth in the same world as the Avengers.
Because the previous two Deadpool films were released independently of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the trilogy’s third installment is in a unique position, even though the film’s inclusion in the MCU has been repeatedly affirmed since its announcement.
Imagining how Deadpool would interact with other MCU characters when he debuts in the franchise is an exciting prospect in and of itself. Still, it also raises several questions.
No matter what happens, Marvel still needs to figure out a way to introduce Deadpool into the MCU while keeping much of the backstory of his previous two films intact. According to one of the film’s writers, that’s precisely what the crew hopes to achieve as this R-rated adventure progresses.
A Quote Teases the Effect Deadpool 3 Will Have on the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Ryan Reynolds’ first Marvel Cinematic Universe film has been teased by Deadpool 3 writer Rhett Reese in an interview with BroBible’s Post-Credit Podcast.
In a teaser, Reese hinted that this would be a “fish-out-of-water” scenario for Wade Wilson, played by Ryan Reynolds. “It’s a tremendous chance for fish-out-of-water,” he said, referring to Deadpool’s status as a “lunatic” in an otherwise stable society. The film’s protagonist, Deadpool, is a raving madman. It’s as smooth as butter to plop a maniac into the middle of normal society. I can’t wait for it.”
Both Reese and co-writer Paul Wernick said they hadn’t watched Sony Pictures’ Morbius or the Morbius memes during a recent interview. In the meanwhile, the two joked that they’d have to include a Morbius reference into Deadpool 3:
“‘Morbius’ hasn’t been shown to us yet. The memes haven’t even been released yet. But now we’re paying attention.”
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, We Have Deadpool
Deadpool’s unique ability to breach the fourth wall makes it simple for Marvel Studios to move him from the Fox world into the MCU. Reynolds seems to be able to carry over his Wade Wilson character from the first two Deadpool films into the third, even though the intricacies of that transfer are still being worked out.
The “fish out of water” storyline should be interesting as Wade struggles to adapt to life on the other side of the ocean and meet new people. Even so, meeting some of the people he references in his fourth wall breaks is sure to throw him for a loop, but it shouldn’t take long for him to get used to the new surroundings and surroundings.
Jared Leto’s Sony Pictures catastrophe superhero flick, Morbius, sounds like the perfect candidate for the Deadpool treatment.
The picture did poorly at the box office, but the issues didn’t stop there. After the film’s theatrical run, it became the topic of a meme after meme criticizing it. If anybody could shout “It’s Morbin Time” and get the audience’s blood boiling, it would be Ryan Reynolds’ foul-mouthed prankster and jokester.
The third standalone Deadpool film has a perfect chance to imprint on the comic book movie industry now that it will be a part of the MCU.
Deadpool 3 is in the early phases of production, although its release date has not been announced.