DEADPOOL CONFIRMED TO BE PART OF THE MCU


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The writers of Deadpool are back again with another Deadpool tidbit and confirmation debunking any and all speculation about Deadpool’s exclusion from the MCU. Earlier this week we reported, with a direct quote attained from MCU Cosmic, that the writers of Deadpool have gotten confirmation and a promise from Marvel Studios that Deadpool will retain his R-Rating.

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Many fans have been deadset on this mentality that Disney will ruin Deadpool, reduce him to a PG-13 comedic disaster, and that Deadpool will never crossover with the rest of the MCU. Bob Iger, CEO of Disney has publicly debunked all aforementioned rumors and speculation and yet fans have still found themselves denying every bit of confirmation. As mentioned above, the writers of Deadpool have come out again to confirm that Deadpool is indeed part of the MCU and will indeed crossover with the currently existing characters from the MCU.

“We definitely we want to play in the sandbox,” Reese said. “One of the great things about the MCU is how rich and broad it is. For instance, just think about the world of villains, how great the world of villains are. We’re never able to use a lot of those villains because they were on the MCU. Well, now we can. So, right away, we’re definitely excited about getting the shot to do that. I think Ryan is too. I think the MCU people are too, just the idea of throwing Deadpool into the mix is exciting to them.”

Quote taken from MCU Cosmic

If you needed confirmation, there you have it. But I mentioned above and on our Instagram post. Fans are now in a “I’ll believe it when it I see it” mentality, which is unfortunate. Ryan Reynolds recently paid Marvel Studios a visit, which he made public on his social media accounts. While he didn’t reveal what the meeting was for, we can safely assume that it’s about discussing the potential Deadpool 3, the lingering X-Force film and any other plans Reynolds, Kevin Feige and the writers of Deadpool might have.

Source: MCU Cosmic

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