Deadpool’s arrival at UCM will be unique, says his screenwriter

One of the most exciting things in the future for Marvel Cinematic Universe is Wade Wilson/Deadpool arrives with Deadpool 3. Although there was quite a bit of anxiety when it was confirmed that the character played by Ryan Reynolds had once again been owned by Marvel Studios, after having been owned by Fox like the rest of the X-Men, since Deadpool earned his audience by being more directed at a adult audience and being from Disney now, this was questioned.

However, while the third film is in development and looks quite promising, it has been repeatedly reported that Deadpool He will be keeping his high rating and many wonder what this version of the character will be like.

In a new interview, the co-writer of Deadpool’s upcoming film, Rhett Reeseshared a very important advance about this third installment, where he explains how this character, who is also known for breaking the fourth wall and speaking directly to the audience, will be coming to the UCM.

Deadpool will be “a fish out of water” in the MCU

Speaking to BroBible’s Post-Credit podcast, Reese confirmed that Wade Wilson will be “thrown” into the MCU for a “fish-out-of-water” storyline: “It’s a wonderful opportunity to come out of the water. Deadpool is a lunatic at the center of a movie. Dropping a lunatic into a very sane world is pure butter. It is going to be very fun.”

For now, the only thing that is confirmed is that Shawn Levy He will be directing the film, and it will be rated R. In an interview earlier this month (via, Reese assured fans that the studio is totally on board with the film going more mature:

“Now, when it comes to a particular joke, if we cross the line, maybe we’ll hear at some point, ‘Maybe not that joke.’ But I think that They’ve been incredibly supportive of what we’re doing, because obviously we’ve been doing it apart from them for a long time, and I think they’ve seen the success and had their own even greater success. So I hope it’s a match made in heaven. But we definitely have their support, and that’s a great thing to feel.”


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