Deadpool 2 hits theaters on May 18, with the addition of Josh Brolin and Zazie Beetz.
With the proposed acquisition of 21st Century Fox by The Walt Disney Company, which is expected to close by summer 2019 - pending regulatory approval - looming large over the MCU, Deadpool 2 star Ryan Reynolds and the film's producer Simon Kinberg did their best to dissuade fan disquiet in a recent interview. Reynolds would likely be the most in-the-know person in this situation, and if he says he doesn't think there will be a Deadpool 3, he must be getting that info from somewhere. "I think going forward it will be an X-Force movie, which would be his team so to speak".
The overwhelming praise made Deadpool one of the more lucrative superhero origin stories of all time and the highest grossing rated R films of all-time with $745M. As the face of the franchise and a behind-the-scenes champion of the anti-hero, Reynolds says it's definitely a balance of egos when it comes to "Deadpool 2".
It certainly makes sense to keep the team together for the third movie, but Reynolds is still holding out for an outing with Hugh Jackman. "I feel like the character, in order for him to function properly within his own universe, you need to take everything away from him". I'd like to see a "Wolviepool" movie, if I may.
"I know it's a pipe dream that would never come true but I'd love to see a DeadpoolLogan movie", he said.
Deadpool doesn't have to die with the title. Even more than that, there's the endless possibility of team-up films that exist if Disney/Fox buyout allows for Deadpool to invade their Marvel Universe.
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