Discussion in 'Deadpool' started by Thread Manager, Feb 16, 2016.
How exciting! Hope they keep the outfit.
can’t wait to hear what gags they come up with
He works in the PG-13 setting so long as he's aware of the limitations and purposely tries to skirt them.
I'm interested if that is a soft reboot or the previous two movies find there way to the MCU.
Being under Disney means possibilities are limited.
Unless Disney changes their business politics, which may happen since they own Predator, Alien and such now.
I meant as creative possibilities, within the MCU.
I hope the previous two films remain canon to the Deadpool franchise. Not entierly sure how Disney are going to connect the dots, but Deadpool needs to be Deadpool and break out that fourth wall. I suppose they could manoeuvrer it within the multiverse somehow?
Or just have everything that happens in Deadpool 3 remain in the Deadpool Universe, and then if the character is used in another film, he'd have to be a little more removed from his fourth wall format. Deadpool 3 for example could reference Stark, Bruce Wayne, Pokemon (etc) but when Wade Wilson is used within say, Avengers 6, he'd be more MCU mainstream, more on task for a better choice of words.
Yes, he can interact with MCU characters but yes, he's under Disney now.
Hope they allow Reynolds to roast the MCU in Deadpool 3
Deadpool doesn't need a soft reboot. Quickly reference the fact that he's in the MCU, make jokes about it, but please don't transform the franchise into something entirely different. Hope Josh Brolin and Zazie Beetz return as Cable and Domino, as well.
Keep it R-rated. Keep the supporting cast.
Yeah, honestly, while I'm sure Reese and Wernick will be back to write, I hope that the majority of Deadpool's supporting cast comes in as well. To my knowledge, none of them play characters in the MCU, so not like there'd be any sort of continuity problem. If Deadpool is going to be in its own R-rated corner, there's no reason to just bring everyone back and keep things going as is, MCU or otherwise.
This, keep as much from the previous movies as possible then slowly integrate into the wider MCU.