Ever since Ryan Reynolds announced that Deadpool 3 will be Hugh Jackman’s last real foray as Wolverine, as well as introducing Wade and company to the MCU, there has been a lot of speculation from fans about the tone regarding the level of violence Disney would allow for their movies. films. . Deadpool 1 and 2 are already on Disney+, and they have an absurd collective body count, but would the third entry be any different?
Director Shawn Levy (Free Guy) recently confirmed that the Merc With A Mouth will continue his style of hacking and slashing with sarcasm and obscenities when Deadpool joins the MCU and correctly calls Reynold his “North Star” to keep things going. raw, sandy and grounded.
“We’re writing, rewriting, developing and preparing Deadpool every day now. It’s so much fun to laugh every day,” says Levy. collider. “It’s so delicious to listen to and write and think about these scenes where people just talk bad. And the violence is in your face and it’s harsh, and it’s very much a Deadpool movie.”
Levy went on to talk about how much fun he’s having at this stage of the creative process with the film and how it’s unlike anything else he’s worked on. “It’s just that he’s so full of self-awareness, and that makes writing writing really, really fun in a way that’s unique to that franchise.”
There’s no set filming start date, but with a release date of November 8, 2024, we can assume it’s right around the corner.
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