Deadpool can be on MCU with one big change, the director said

Can Deadpool be on MCU? It has become a question of many fans since the acquisition of Disney from the 21st century Fox – studio behind two live-action R-Rates action films – in March 2019.

However, in two years since then, we have confirmed that the wisecracking comic book character will enter the MCU (more about this below) even if it won’t be immediately.

While we know that Deadpool 3 will take place at the MCU, some individuals are not sure that Marvel and Disney will maintain a key element of what makes Deadpool so popular – including Director of Deadpool.

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In an interview with the opposite, Director of Deadpool Tim Miller burdens whether Deadpool will enter the MCU, and what needs to be changed to become a reality.

“I did [thought Deadpool could fit on MCU], he said.” I think Ryan Reynolds takes character, and the way he embraces certain types of madness – even if you say he won’t use four letter words. – It will still be there. He is still the character. You can take the portions of the rating from it if you want and it will still be deadpool if Ryan does it. “

Analysis: Deadpool 3 will be the MCU Film R-value R

Miller’s comments about dripping R-rated Deadpool content is not a strange one. However, almost every MCU film has been rated PG-13 in the US (12 or 12a in the UK). When Deadpool finally made his MCU debut, you might expect Deadpool 3 to fall in line with the age of Marvel and Disney for their superhero films.

However, it doesn’t sound like that will happen. Back in January, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed (per collider) that the MCU Deadpool film had been planned. Not only Ryan Reynolds laughs at the script for Deadpool 3, Feige explained, but Marvel will also retain r-rated elements that have made Wade Wilson’s Acter-Ego favorite fans.

“This will be ranked R,” Feige revealed. “And we are working on the script now, and Ryan oversees the script now … it won’t [filming] this year. Ryan is a very busy and very successful actor. We have a number of things we have announced that we now have to make, but It’s interesting to start. Again, a very different type of character in MCU, and Ryan is the power of nature, which is just extraordinary to see it bring the character to life. “

Given that Miller has not been involved in the Deadpool film series since the first installment, maybe he was not aware of Feige’s comments before talking to reversions. If that’s the problem, it will explain why Miller expressed his belief that the mature Deadpool content needed to be cut to make his MCU debut.

At present, it is not clear how Deadpool 3 will enter the MCU. Behind, including Deadpool 3 as part of the Marvel Phase 4 plan (which is partially centered around the Multiverse Marvel Cinematic) will make the most reasonable but, remembering Feige’s comments, it seems very unlikely.

Marvel can introduce Deadpool to MCU as part of the ‘reality solving reality’ that will run throughout the phase 4. Spider-man: no house and strange doctor 2, among others, will explore this in detail, and it will provide Marvel with opportunities Perfect to bring Deadpool to MCU in a crossover capacity.


Unless Marvel changes the post-2021 phase 4 release schedule, we should not expect Deadpool to potentially make his first MCU appearance until phase 5. We don’t know how Deadpool 3 will end up taking into account MCU (or MCM), but we are sure that Marvel knows how It will introduce Wade Wilson in time.

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