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Marvel really wants to get Deadpool into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. To do that, word is they’re going to give the character a soft reboot.
What does that mean? Well Ryan Reynolds will still play the character and he’ll still basically be the same Deadpool we know and love but… they’re just going to pretend Deadpool 1 and 2 never happened. Marvel will just ignore them and pretend that the Deadpool we’re watching in Deadpool 3 is some sort of alternate dimension Deadpool without the history we’ve seen from him in Deadpool 1 and 2.
I’m not sure it matters, I don’t think Deadpool’s actual storyline is that important. Though that may mean we won’t get to see characters like Teenage Negasonic Warhead anymore, which would be a bummer. We’ll see.
Ryan Reynolds has been on social media and in interviews, teasing his fanbase with promises that the third film will be taking an entirely new direction. He hasn’t offered much detail on what that direction may be.
It could be that a third Deadpool movie will include more of the side characters we met in Deadpool 2, like Cable. In the comic books, Wade’s daughter plays a pivotal role that fans have speculated may be addressed in the next Deadpool movie
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