While we know at some point, the Merc with the Mouth is going to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s possible we may get Deadpool 3 before the character makes his debut in the MCU. And If you’re excited about the thought of a third Deadpool film. you’re in for a particularly juicy piece of gossip.
Scooper Roger Wardell is apparently a man who knows things. He knew that Thor would be fat in Endgame, about the retro setting of Stan Lee’s cameo. And he knew about Cap’s “Hail Hydra” moment. I must say those are impressive. Now, Wardell says that Ryan Reynolds pitched an idea for Deadpool 3 that went a little something like this. Deadpool kills the Fox’s Marvel Universe. Oh, and Michael Bay is in talks to direct.
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Does that mean he somehow destroys the universe itself? Or is the film Deadpool going around killing all the other characters? I would be in on either one of those premises. The Michael Bay thing may seem somewhat odd, but there is a connection. Netflix’s film, Six Underground, starred Ryan Reynolds, was directed by Michael Bay, and was written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who penned both Deadpool films.
So as always take this with a grain of salt, but who knows. This sounds very Deadpool-like, and meta, so I’m hoping this turns out to be true, and judging by Wardell’s track record, it surely has a chance to be.
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