Marvel Studios director Kevin Feige has confirmed the upcoming ‘Deadpool’ movie will set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and be rated as ‘Rated-R’ [para maiores de 18 anos].
Feige further confirmed that Ryan Reynolds was helping oversee the script.
“It will be rated as Rated-R and we are currently working on a script, and Ryan is overseeing the script. We are not going to tour this year. Ryan is a very busy and very successful actor. We’ve already announced a number of things we need to do now, but it’s exciting that it’s started. Again, a very different type of character in the MCU, and Ryan is a force of nature, which is just amazing to see him bring that character to life, ”he said.
The production will be Mercenário Tagarela’s debut with Disney and that moves fans a lot, as there are concerns that the politically incorrect essence of the character will be relaxed from now on. So we’ve separated some points that we really want to see in Deadpool 3. Check it out!
Do not restart the franchise
Launched at FOX, the Deadpool franchise has established itself as one of the most successful sagas for over 18 years in movie history. Filled with references and jokes about the X-Men universe, the first two films were very striking. Now owned by Disney, I hope everything that has happened so far is not erased or ignored, but has continued and developed under the tutelage of the House of Mickey.
Be part of the MCU
Okay, being a Marvel character and being in a Disney produced movie seems to indicate that the adventures of Deadpool are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, as you may remember, Sony has been fighting for years to say that Venom is part of the MCU. And let’s face it, nothing in the movie says so. Well, let Disney squeeze Deadpool 3 into the MCU timeline in the funniest way possible instead of releasing the feature on the Searchlight tag or something like that.
In the comics, Deadpool’s best friend – so to speak – is a stunned, frustrated, and little esteemed HIDRA agent named Bob. He does a really quick tip in the first movie as one of Francis’s (Ed Skrein) generic henchmen, but it would be fantastic if he now appeared in the HIDRA uniform and interacted more with the DP.
One of the main reasons for not wanting the franchise reboot is precisely because Deadpool 2 left a wonderful hook for the X-Force adaptation. The fun, diverse, non-sexist group, as Deadpool himself said, have absurd potential for on-screen development and it would be amazing to see that in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Don’t be a movie ONLY in humor
Despite being known for her distraught humor and politically incorrect jokes every second, the Deadpool franchise has managed to make a very interesting dramatic development over the past four years. One of the concerns of this trip to Disney is that it will turn the film into a humorous adventure without the slightest dramatic load, like they did with Spider-Man, for example.
Make fun of getting to Disney
Marked by his references to various universes and his breaks in the Fourth Wall, Deadpool simply NEEDS to make fun of Disney’s purchase of FOX and the entertainment monopoly they formed. And the ideal would be for him to make references or heavy jokes, in terms of having a character from the house, such as Donald Duck, in the best A Snare For Roger Rabbit style, or something like that. This is the perfect opportunity for him to completely lose the line.
Interaction with characters and MCU settings
The thrill of having Deadpool at Disney is being able to explore character interactions and settings from other comic-based movies. Have you ever thought Deadpool lost that limitation of having to act only in an urban environment and go to space? Face off against a celestial of the species Ego (Kurt Russell), like it happened in the comics? Eat chimichangas in the Stark Tower? Riding a Pegasus on the New Asgard? The sky is no longer the limit.
Facing the coach
The trainer will take on Black Widow in his solo film which will debut between 2020 and 2021, so we hope so. However, he’s one of Deadpool’s classic villains. How does the coach manage to replicate the opponent’s fighting style and usually get involved in some very rotten serves – the villain foots the bill too, right? – it would be amazing if they could meet on the big screen at some point.
Show Deadpool in Avengers: Endgame
The portals scene in Avengers: Endgame was theaters biggest cheesy orgasm of 2019. Until Howard, Duck seemed to beat the ET devil. Would it be good if the movie showed a flashback of Deadpool inserted into that context or him looking at it in a newspaper and wondering why he wasn’t invited? It could even be the kick-off for an adaptation of Deadpool trying to get into the Avengers. Who knows?
Can we be honest here? I think everyone will ignore the suggestions in this text if Marvel decides to join Deadpool with Spider-Man. Let’s face it, this is what everyone wants. The relationship between the two in the comics is wonderfully fun, as Deadpool is practically in love with Cabeça de Teia, who as much as possible avoids teaming up with DP because, well … because he’s a smelly suitcase. and is not silent, in addition to having homicidal tendencies, of course. Seeing the combination of this silly mischief with Tom Holland’s almost Spider-Man purity would be enough to make a lot of people smile.
Is that you? What would you like to see in Deadpool 3? Tell us in the comments!
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