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Kevin Feige confirms that “Deadpool 3” is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Deadpool 3 is still being developed as an R-rated film on Marvel Studios-this is an “A” certificate in India-and will bring the potty role of Ryan Reynolds into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel (Kevin Feige) Confirmed. This reiterates what was discussed previously. Former Disney CEO Bob Iger first stated that Deadpool will enter the MCU at the end of 2017. Reynolds revealed that Deadpool 3 will be in development in Marvel Studios in December 2019. , Feige’s new statement will reassure Deadpool fans.

“It will be rated R, we are now writing the script and Ryan is responsible for overseeing the script [being penned by screenwriting duo Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin and Wendy Molyneux] Feige told Collider in an interview earlier this week. “[Deadpool 3] not [filming] this year. Ryan is a very busy and very successful actor. We have announced many things that must be done, but the exciting things have already begun. Again, the types of characters in the MCU are very different, Ryan is a force of nature, and it’s great to see him turn that character into reality. “

This means that Deadpool 3 will not enter production before 2022, which means that it will not be released before 2023 (this is five years after Deadpool 2 in 2018). You can also infer this by looking at the MCU’s movie release calendar packaged from now to the end of 2022. Black widow The 4th stage will start on the big screen in May, followed by “Super Wisdom” and “Legend of Ten Fingers” in July, “Eternal” in November, “Spider-Man 3” in December, and “Doctor Madness” in March 2022. “Doctor Strange”: “Love and Thunder” in May 2022, “Black Panther II” in July 2022 and “Captain Marvel 2” in November 2022.

We also have Guardians of the Galaxy. 3rd edition in 2023, “Ant-Man and the Wasp”: Quantum Quantum and the Fantastic Four relaunch, but without a date. If I guess, “Deadpool 3” may be tied with these three movies.

Although it seemed strange at first to include Deadpool in an MCU suitable for home use, it is worth noting that by the time Deadpool 3 appears, the MCU will look very different. Spider-Man: Far from Home introduces the concept of the multiverse, which will be further explored in the upcoming Spider-Man 3, which is rumored to be all three real-life eras of Spider-Man (Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland), and of course Doctor Strange in “Crazy Universe”. Just look at that title. Dead pools can easily exist in the parallel world without having to be fully integrated with other MCUs. Of course, I might be completely wrong.

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