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Deadpool 3’s Release Date: cast, trailer, and everything you need to know

Another Deadpool outing Staring Rayan Reynold regenerating degenerating is set to release on the big screen. Here is everything you need to know about the movie.

One of the most challenging tasks for MarvelStudios after the For/Disney merger is to decide what is to be done with Deadpool.

We all know that the character is hugely popular amongst fans all across the globe but the bad language and graphic violence shown is the film does not suit the brand image of Disney. In just two movies, it has raked about $1.5 billion overall.

If we go to observe, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has always produced movies that are family-friendly. So it is a big question about how the Deadpool character will sneak in without the audience observing a major personality change.

The third part of the popular movies is in the production stage at the studio. However, the co-creator of Deadpool, Rob Liefeld claims that it does not factor in the five-year plan of Marvel current movie schedule.

This gives the fans a hit about the fact that the movie might take an awfully long time to hit the big screen. There certainly are possibilities that Deadpool might make a cameo in other movies, but the Merc with a Mouth can take longer than you imagine to cause more mayhem on screen.

Read further, to get all the latest news about Deadpool 3.

Deadpool 3’s Release Date: cast, trailer, and everything you need to know

When is Deadpool 3’s release date?

The good news is that Deadpool 3 is in the making at Marvel studios. But there is no official confirmation on its release. Seems like the fans have to wait for longer than usual to see the movie.

Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, in April 2019 spoke to Variety and discussed the future of Marvel Univers after the Disney acquaintance of Fox, he said “There’s no question that Deadpool is working, so why would we change it?”

This statement increased concern in fans after co-creator Rob Liefeld claimed that the movie was not a priority for Disney and is not included in the Marvel phase four line up.

io9 conducted an interview in March, in which the prolific comic book writer said that the Marvel studio hasn’t laid any new plan to produce anew Dealpool movie anytime soon. At Least in the next five years, there is no plan, so this set the movie to release as early as possible in 2025.

This was the situation before the coronavirus spread. Certainly, now the problems have multiplied which can cause further delay.

Later in July 2020, there were several speculations about whether there will be a new Deadpool movie at all in the future as Liefeld admitted in the press that he was at peace with the idea o only have two movies.

In an interview with Collider, Rob Liefeld said, “You know what? There may not be another Deadpool, and I’m fine [with that].”

“Because I have to live with the fact that I had two amazing experiences, two movies I’m extremely proud of, I love knowing everybody in those movies. I love Ryan, Josh [Brolin], Zazie [Beets], David [Leitch], Tim Miller. All of them.

“The work they did was fantabulous, those movies are here to stand the test of time. You know, but in the world we live in, nothing is guaranteed. And it takes a lot to make movies. And post-quarantine, it’s weird.”

By all the statements what we could understand that fans should gear up for a Deadpool movie in the near future. There is no assurance of what it could look like when it eventually arrives on the big screen.

Deadpool 2 director David Leitch has suggested (via Yahoo! Movies), that it might end up having a lower age certificate, so better be read.

“It’s rated R so that’s not necessarily the [MCU] brand but he doesn’t necessarily need to be R and [Disney] don’t necessarily need to only make PG-13 movies,” Leitch explained. “I think we’ll find a happy ground.”

Ryan Reynolds the Deadpool star has never been shy about showing his passion towards the character. If speculations are to be believed, it was him who was behind the CGI test footage leak which eventually ended up going viral online and proving of benefit to his as Fox agreed to be giving a Deadpool solo film a green light.

He has also been in the eyes of media for breaking the rules to get Wade Wilson into the limelight. We wouldn’t be surprised if he took some drastic actions to get the Deadpool 3 film release soon enough.

A fan tweeted Ryan Reynolds a fake poster for Deadpool 3 with the caption: “We need it right now.” in September.

To which the actor sent a one-word response “Ditto” which certainly gave the fans a hope that he is still passionate to entertain them as Dealpool in the movie.

In addition, he was asked to comment about his character’s absence from Marvel’s release schedule, Reynolds casually told Entertainment Weekly: “I agree with Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola that Marvel films suffer from an alarming lack of Deadpool.”

Deadpool 3 cast

Wade Wilson, the character played by Ryan Reynold is expected to bring his wit and charm on screen. He has been a huge creative force in bringing the character to life on screen in the previous two films and is hugely loved for his role.

There is no certainty about which of the supporting cast of the film will return to the screen alongside Ryan. Especially his love interest is difficult to unravel.

In the last edition of the film, she was dead for most of the part. Although in the last few minutes of the film, Deadpool is shown traveling back in time for stopping her murder to even happen or was it just a fantasy?

Josh Brolin as Cable and Zazie Beetz as Domino, the two-character are closely associated with Deadpool in the comic are also character which fans love and have interest in.

And who can afford to forget the two X-Men members willing to work with Deadpool? The strongest bets to return in the movie are Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) and Colossus (Stefan Kapičić), given the fact that they had huge significant roles in the first two Deadpool movies.

After working with Ryan Reynolds in Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, Dwayne Johnson made headlines for expressing his interest in taking on the role of Weapon X experiment Garrison Kane in the third film.

The former wrestler has a push in plans as his long-awaited DC Extended Universe Black Adam movie, he is most probably prevented from getting involved in the Marvel Universe.

Deadpool now in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

The is no certain answer to this complex question. But yes, at first the Deadpool character was an individual part of the X-men movies. After Disney’s acquisition of Fox the character and easily fit the MCU.

talking about the other X-men characters, it is speculated that they’ll be completed rebooted after the bizarre performance of Dark Phoenix. Whereas Deadpool is concerned, the recasting of the character will only add for more trouble to the makers of the film.

Ryan’s character is so found of meta-humor that it will be very easy for him to manage any breakout and continuity errors down the lens of the camera

What will happen in Deadpool 3?

As of now, only a few details have been revealed. Ryan in an interview with Variety said that the third installment will go “in a completely different direction” in comparison to the previous movies.

According to previous plans made by the producer behind the Deadpool movies had eventually planned to make an X-Force spin kind of a movie based on a popular novel that involves the black-ops of the Marvel mutants on adventurous and dangerous missions.

Although the Disney and Fox merger has made the project fall in casualty, so there are several chances that those ideas will be incorporated in the third installment of Deadpool.

Let’s hope that the second attempt to assemble the team once with hilariously gruesome results to be successful.

Is there a trailer for Deadpool 3?

No, it seems like fans will have to wait for a longer duration to see any small footage of the trailer. Unless you never know, Ryan Reynolds decides to start leaking things again.

 

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