USA.- After the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney in 2019, many fans of the Cinematographic Universe of Marvel were enormously excited by the prospects of some classical characters potentially staying at the MCU.
One of those characters is Deadpool, It was always a fan favorite, but exploded after the first two Deadpool movies were released to critical acclaim.
Talking with Inverse in a new interview, Tim Miller, who directed the first Deadpool movie, was asked about Deadpool’s possible inclusion in the MCU, and if the character could work without the antics with R rating for which it has become known. According to Miller, those things wouldn’t matter much if Ryan Reynolds was still playing the character.
I think Ryan Reynolds’s take on the character and the way he embraces the particular kind of insanity, even if you said he’s not going to use four-letter words, would still be there, “Miller said.” He’s still that character. You can take out the R-rated parts if you want and it would still be Deadpool if Ryan was doing it.
While fans may still be concerned that Deadpool will change to suit the more familiar aspects of the MCU, Kevin Feige seemed to have calmed everyone down in January when he confirmed that Deadpool 3 was happening, and not only would it be included in the MCU, but it would also be rated R.
Fuentes: Deadline, Comingsoon