Deadpool 3 Writers Confirm Sequel Will Still Be Vulgar Under Disney
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, screenwriters of Deadpool 3, have confirmed that the other three blankets will still use their commercial vulgarity, even though they were made by Disney's Marvel Studios.
This wise mouth merchant, played to perfection by Ryan Reynolds, originally made his less stellar debut in 2009 in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Due to strong criticism of the film's portrayal, Reese and Wernick were invited to help write a side film that is more faithful to the character's comic origins.
Deadpool's first film was released in 2016 with tremendous critical and commercial success, with $ 782 million in worldwide box office.
After the release of another film in 2018, Disney completed the acquisition process of Fox Studios and thus the rights to the Deadpool, X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises.
Fortunately, it's not just Marvel Studios that seems to support Deadpool 3, which shows the ugliness of the brand.
Once those concerns cease, fans will no doubt envy what the new toys have prepared at the wider MCU for their favorite mercenary evil.
Despite what the third film has prepared for him, at least Marvel Studios seems to be allowing Deadpool to shut up as much as possible.