‘Deadpool 3’ Will Be Integrated Into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Will Maintain an ‘Adult’ Footprint

The third Deadpool hero film will be set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Photo: Disclosure)

Ryan Reynolds celebrated the character’s entry into the Avengers universe

The third solo film by the hero Deadpool will be integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will retain the adult footprint of the character’s two previous features. The production of ‘Deadpool 3’ was revealed by producer Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios.

Fans of the faded mutant played by actor Ryan Reynolds feared for the hero’s third film since the purchase of the Fox studios (owners of cinema rights for all Marvel mutant characters) by Disney (owner of Marvel).

Producer Kevin Feige is the president of Marvel Studios (Photo: Getty Images)

Asked by the North American website Collider about ‘Deadpool 3’, Feige did not hide the game: “It will be rated for over 18 years, we are working on a script with Ryan’s supervision at this very moment”.

“Ryan is very busy, a very successful actor. We have several projects already announced to produce, but it is exciting that we have already started this one. He is a very different character for the MCU and Ryan is a force of nature ”, praised the businessman.

Ryan Reynolds (Photo: Instagram)

In this case, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is starring the heroes that make up the Avengers group. So far, Feige has not made any mention of the inclusion of the X-Men in this universe.

Actor Ryan Reynolds as the mutant Deadpool (Photo: Disclosure)

Reynolds celebrated the announcement made by his new boss by sharing on Instagram the print of a website reporting the production of ‘Deadpool 3’. In the caption, he made a joke about the fact that Marvel belongs to the Disney group.

Actor Ryan Reynolds’ post celebrating the announcement of Deadpool 3 (Photo: Instagram)

“First mission: find the guy who killed Bambi’s mom,” wrote the actor along with the hashtag “# Deadpool3”.

Reynolds played Deadpool for the first time in ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ (2009). Then he returned to play it in ‘Deadpool’ (2016) and ‘Deadpool 2’ (2018). Watch the trailers for the character’s first two solo films below:


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