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The Arrival of Deadpool in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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The Journey of Wade Wilson: From X-Men Origins to Deadpool 3

In the much-maligned film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson and the Merc with a Mouth, made his initial appearance for the first time. The only thing people appreciated about Ryan Reynolds was how well he fit the character. Despite this, they wanted to see him wear that wonderful red outfit and demonstrate some of the humor he is so well-known for in the comics that involves breaching the fourth wall. Seven years later, in 2016, the first Deadpool movie was released, and then two years later, in 2018, the sequel, Deadpool 2, was released. Both movies are tied for second place on the list of highest-grossing R-rated films of all time, with Joker being the only one to surpass them. You can imagine that the Deadpool flicks carried a foul-mouthed and bawdy sense of humor, which was good for a self-aware superhero satire because the picture had an R certificate.

However, not long after that, the competition between 20th Century Fox, which had the rights to the X-Men characters, and Disney, the parent corporation of Marvel, ended when Disney bought 20th Century Fox and all of its assets in 2019. This resulted in the abrupt ending of the X-Men franchise produced by the studio, with both X-Men: Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants receiving little to no attention from fans. Even though this may have come as a letdown to some people, the big purchase made by Disney also means that characters from the X-Men series are now eligible to be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It has already occurred, first with Evan Peters’ cameo as Quicksilver in Wandavision (even if it was an in-joke), and later with Patrick Stewart’s comeback as Charles Xavier in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Both of these cameos were inside jokes.

In the current Multiverse Saga that is taking place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the reappearance of stars and characters from previous continuities and other universes does not come as much of a surprise as it once did. However, when Ryan Reynolds provided an update for the much-anticipated third installment of the Deadpool film series on his YouTube channel, he dropped the utter bombshell statement that a certain clawed hero will be making a startling return. This news has shocked fans ever since. To learn everything we currently know about Deadpool’s entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (as well as the cranky companion that he’s bringing with him), click here.

Deadpool 3 Cast

  • Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson/Deadpool

  • Hugh Jackman as Wolverine

  • Jennifer Garner as Elektra

  • Morena Baccarin as Vanessa

  • Leslie Uggams as Blind Al

  • Stefan Kapicic as Colossus

  • Rob Delaney as Peter

  • Karan Soni as Dopinder

  • Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead

  • Shioli Katsuna as Yukio

  • Owen Wilson as Mobius M. Mobius

  • Emma Corrin as an unnamed villain

  • Matthew Macfadyen as an unnamed character

  • Liev Schreiber as Sabretooth

What is the Release Date of Deadpool 3?

There have been two different iterations of the Deadpool 3 release date. The movie’s release date was originally announced as being on September 6, 2024; however, it was later amended and moved to November 8, 2024. Disney made the statement, which caught everyone off guard, that the movie’s release date will be moved to May 4, 2024. This puts it four months ahead of when it was originally scheduled to be released. However, due to the ongoing strikes by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA, all of that is currently uncertain. As of July 14, 2023, production on Deadpool 3 has been halted due to a historic strike that actors and writers have declared. Keep an eye on Collider for the most recent information regarding the strikes and the production status and release date of Deadpool 3!

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Who is the Director of Deadpool 3?

Shawn Adam Levy is a Canadian film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and creator of 21 Laps Entertainment. He has worked in all of these capacities in the film industry. He is most known as the director of the Night at the Museum film franchise and the lead producer of the Netflix series Stranger Things. However, he has worked in a variety of genres during his career. Levy has served as an executive producer on the original series Stranger Things, produced by Netflix since 2016. He directs episodes three and four across all four show seasons. Additionally, he will be directing the upcoming limited series All the Light We Cannot See for Netflix. Recent examples of their work together include the films Free Guy (2021), The Adam Project (2022), and the forthcoming Deadpool 3 (2024), all of which he directed.

What is the Plot of Deadpool 3?

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Ryan Reynolds has stated that the primary focus of the plot for Deadpool 3 will be on Deadpool and Logan going on a road trip, which may or may not involve time travel or another universe.

The rumored participation of Owen Wilson’s character, Mobius M. Mobius, who is a TVA agent responsible for hunting out disruptions to the chronology (like with Loki), suggests that this could be a time-traveling road trip, which is not the kind of road trip that we are all too accustomed to doing. Deadpool may change the chronology such that Wolverine doesn’t die in Logan by enlisting Wolverine’s assistance in his version of events.

There are also rumors, which have been confirmed by photographs that have been stolen from the set of Deadpool 3, that the film will adapt the storyline titled “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe” and will see Reynold’s regeneratin’ degenerate killing his way through Fox’s old Marvel universe. Deadpool may be coming for Daredevil and Fantastic Four, starring Ben Affleck, so be on the lookout.

Regarding major antagonists, Emma Corrin will play a role in the show, but we have yet to determine who she will play. However, reports indicate that the primary antagonist is someone who has been in previous Marvel Cinematic Universe films. Is it possible that it’s Loki? Kang? Even the Mad Titan Thanos? Anything is possible since we know that multiverses and time travel could be involved.

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