Marvel Studios is finally on the verge of returning to the mainstream media with Deadpool 3, and it is grabbing every chance that it gets to keep its fans invested in it and looking forward to their projects.
Unfortunately, a whole year with a total of zero projects, the studio kept on teasing its fans and giving hints to them on their future projects. Currently, the studio is finally looking forward to expanding its multiverse further and further.
The studio is also jacked with web series and great movies with some brand new introductions. Note the very acquirement of the rights to X-Men and Fantastic Four. However, the Fantastic Four films’ arrival was already announced back in the month when the announcement of the fourth phase of Marvel Universe was announced.
X-Men’s existence in the existing universe of Marvel was still a question that was buzzing around.
So, now the arrival of the X-men film thus answered in one way with Kevin Feige, the president, in an interview officially confirming that Deadpool 3 is going to happen. Yes, Rated-R with Ryan Reynolds himself returning to fill the shoes of the cool character again as the film is the third installment from Fox’s own Deadpool franchise.
Deadpool 3 Is Officially Happening | Kevin Feige Confirms The Return Of Ryan Reynolds
We have to say that the fans of the series were worried, even after the success of Deadpool 2 in the year 2016, about Ryan Reynolds‘ future playing the role of hero again as per the new deal between Fox and Marvel, but now it seems like now it is nothing to be worried about.
So here we are, breaking down every detail that Kevin Feige has to reveal about the arrival of Deadpool into the MCU.
Marvel President Kevin Feige, who has been continuously promoting the return of Marvel to the mainstream with the upcoming movie Wanda Vision and all the projects that are slated for the year 2021, recently sat on an interview and confirmed Deadpool 3 is in development from the Marvel Studios itself.
Sources had already broken the news of Deadpool 3 being developed at Marvel Studios last November. Still, a confirmation of the same was just yet to be seen from the words of officials themselves and whether Ryan Reynolds is making a return in the red suit or not.
Okay, Deadpool has always been a really popular character among Marvel’s comic book fans, but Ryan Reynolds’ portrayal on-screen gave Deadpool another level of popularity.