The authors of the next Deadpool sequel are sure the franchise will remain as disrespectful as ever.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who co-authored the first two Deadpool movies and work Deadpool 3 for director Shawn Levy, he said Den of Geek that joining the Marvel Cinema Universe will not change the overall feeling that fans have loved about previous films. The upcoming movie will be the first since Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, which was released Deadpool (2016) and its continuation in 2018.
“It’s an emotion,” Reese said of the Ryan Reynolds franchise that entered the Marvel barn. “It is an absolute emotion to have the band together again, to have a new scene at MCU with new characters, new bad guys, things like that. You know, it’s never a wedding we’ve ever seen come – Fox and Disney, that was an outside thing [separate] from our narrative process. But we find absolute peace and gold in this situation, or we try to do it. “
Wernick added, “Deadpool will be Deadpool,” which led Reese to confirm that fans need not worry about the studio trying to make the tone more family-friendly for the new film.
“They were very supportive of that,” Rees said. Now, when it comes to a particular joke, if we cross a line, we might at some point hear, ‘Maybe not this joke.’ But I think they supported us incredibly what we are doing, because obviously we did it separately from them for a long time, and I think they saw the success and they had their own even bigger success. So let’s hope it’s a wedding in paradise. But we definitely have their support and that’s great to feel. “
As for whether the screenwriters started young or will incorporate aspects of a previous project he had written Bob’s Burgers’ Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin, Reese said, “We have an answer.” He went on to say, “But we do not really have to reveal details of the plot.”
Rees also joked that the writers’ couple, who wrote the upcoming Netflix Spiderhead starring Chris Hemsworth, has been drilled into a “secret treasury under an ocean somewhere” to work in Deadpool writing.
The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reported earlier this year that Levy, who had previously directed Reynolds Free Press and The work of Adamit would be a rudder Deadpool 3 and that Reese and Wernick would return to the franchise. Tim Miller directed the first film, while David Leitz directed it Deadpool 2.
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