Deadpool 3: Kevin Feige Teases Wade Wilson's MCU Future

Deadpool 3: Kevin Feige Teases Wade Wilson's MCU Future

In a recent interview with Collider, when asked about the estimated runtimes for Marvel Studios' upcoming Disney+ shows, Marvel CCO Kevin Feige confirmed that each series will feature different episode counts and lengths.

Finally, the big boss of the MCU, Kevin Feige has weighed in on the progress - and there's good news if you were anxious that the edges would be filed off for the usually PG-13 Marvel universe.

Talking to Collider, Feige has shed some light on Deadpool's next film, saying that the script is now being written by Bob's Burgers scribes Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin and Wendy Molyneux, with Reynolds overseeing it. Ryan is a very busy, very successful actor.

Discussing who else from the MCU might turn up in the movie, now Deadpool has been fully embraced, will make the time fly no doubt. Well, fear no more as we now have confirmation that Deadpool will indeed be in the MCU and R-rated!

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Feige said "Deadpool 3" won't begin filming until 2022, Collider reported. Even the violence has been pretty subdued even though some rather violent things were actually happening in some films.

Last we heard, Bob's Burgers alums and sisters Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin had been tapped to pen the script and Feige confirmed that duo was hard at work on it.

The first Deadpool movie arrived in 2016, and quickly became the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time, making almost $782 million at the box office. PLUS, they're also working on Thor: Love and Thunder, Spider-Man 3, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther 2 and the next Captain Marvel, among other things.

We know that for the moment there is an intention to recover Daredevil (they are negotiating to recover the rights), which torments the fans.

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