We already know that Deadpool will be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The question is how everyone’s favorite R-rated, fourth-wall-breaking Marvel character will fit into the more serious and heroic tone of the Marvel movies, including Thor: Ragnarok.
Ryan Reynolds’ portrayal of Deadpool in Deadpool 3 would not make any pretense of rubbing shoulders with the likes of the Avengers in a peaceful way, Deadpool 3 writer Rhett Reese has revealed in an interview.
As Reese mentioned in the BroBible’s Post Credits Podcast, “It’s a tremendous opportunity for fish out of water” (opens in new tab). At the core of the film is Deadpool, a crazed crazy.” In a normal world, it’s a piece of cake to dump a crazy. A lot of fun is in store.”
Bringing Deadpool into the MCU in this manner seems to be the most natural way to do so without sacrificing all of the fourth-wall breaking he has done in the past. Movies that were clearly unrelated to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
How Deadpool 3 could fit into the MCU
There is a chance that Deadpool will flip the camera to make fun of Steve Rogers’ uniform, Loki’s horned helmet, or even Bucky Barnes’ enticing saucer of milk look.
For obvious reasons, this all hinges on when Deadpool 3 takes place. However, such off-camera remarks have the potential to be an important component of making Deadpool work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Or, to put it more succinctly, intentionally not fit in. It’s possible that Wade Winston Wilson may finally get to meet some of the characters he’s referenced in prior Deadpool movies.
Deadpool’s trademark foul-mouthed humor will be intriguing to see if it can be maintained in a film that will almost probably be shown on Disney Plus at some point in the future. Ultimately, most of the MCU films have ended up there.
A first for Disney Plus in the United States: Deadpool 3 has been verified as an R-rated film. That honor goes to TV-MA titles like Daredevil and the rest of the Defenders Saga (though Disney didn’t develop them; they came from Netflix and Marvel’s collaboration), not this one, as it is a newer Marvel property.
The first time we’ll see any of this is in a Deadpool 3 trailer. However, given the lack of a set release date, it may be a long way off. However, we believe that Deadpool 3 will appear somewhere in 2023, following the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in February and May of that year.
Now that Deadpool’s Twitter account is up and running, you may entertain yourself with his witty remarks or utilize our advice on how to watch the Marvel movies in order if you’ve fallen behind on the MCU.