After two Deadpool movies developed during 20th Century Fox, Disney’s takeover of the studio several years ago means that the next movie in the franchise will bring the character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Given Deadpool’s ability to break the fourth wall, the character is uniquely positioned to comment on his new situation. While talking to Post Cred Podteased authors Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick a few plot details regarding the story of Deadpool 3.
I think it provides a wonderful opportunity for fish-out-of-the-water. Deadpool is a maniac at the center of a movie. Usually the lunatics are the supporting characters and the main characters are reasonably sensible. Our film has turned. To let a maniac into a very sensible world, that’s pure butter. It’s going to be a lot of fun.
The description of a “fish-out-of-the-waterHistory for Deadpool 3 suggests that it’s a lot of fun to get with the character’s awareness of his new universe. While talking to our own Alex Maidy recently, Rhett Reese teased at “The MCU is a great sandbox to play in. We also want to throw lots of clichés because we give it 110% man or take it one day at a time. It’s the Bull Durham thing. As if we take it one day at a time. We can not divulge details, but suffice it to say that when Ryan and Paul and I are at Zoom together, we cackle. So it’s pretty fun.“
There had been fears of that Deadpool would not be allowed to remain an R-rated affair under Disney’s supervision, but everyone involved has said that will not be the case. “They will not mess with the tone,Said Reese earlier this month. “I mean, I will never say never, I think there is a chance from the outside, but we have always been told that it can be R-[rated] and we go on as if it’s R. We want it to be R, we’ve always done that, so I do not think it’s changing.Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed that last year. Hope it holds. Deadpool 3 will be instructed by Shawn Levy after a screenplay by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.