Deadpool 3 under Disney won’t be any different to previous two

In Deadpool 3, the Merc with a Mouth will join the MCU. This raises a number of concerns, as his R-rated violent tendencies don’t sit particularly well with Disney’s populist action film franchise. However, one of the co-authors says we needn’t worry.

“If it comes to a particular joke and we cross a line, maybe at some point we’ll hear, ‘Maybe not that joke,'” Rhett Reese told The Hollywood Reporter. “But I think they’ve been incredibly supportive of what we’re doing because obviously we’ve been doing it separately from them for a long time, and I think they’ve seen the success and they’ve had their own even greater success.” Hopefully it will be a heavenly marriage. But we definitely have their support and that’s a great feeling.”

Disney inherited Deadpool as part of the 20th Century Fox acquisition along with Fantastic 4 and the X-Men. The latter two will easily fit into Marvel’s broader universe at this point, but Wade Wilson is a special case given his meta-comedy and propensity for severed limbs and the like.

So far, Disney seems to understand that Deadpool’s charm lies in its profane rants and offbeat humor. Can’t hurt that this has been Ryan Reynolds’ baby for a long time and he’s become one of the biggest leading men in Hollywood.

Shawn Levy, who most recently directed Reynolds In Free Guy and The Adam Project, is set to chair Deadpool 3. Reese is co-writing the screenplay with longtime partner Paul Wernick. You wrote the previous two, and why mess with a good thing?

At the moment we have no idea about the Deadpool 3 release date, but that could change with these updates soon.

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Emma James

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