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In 2016, Deadpool became the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time. In 2018, Deadpool 2 was released to rave reviews from critics and enthusiastic audiences everywhere. The wait is finally over! Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming installment in the Ryan Reynolds Deadpool franchise.
The release date of Deadpool 3:
2023 is likely the release window, and so the open date of July 28, 2023, on the Disney/Marvel schedule makes sense.
The case of Deadpool 3:
- Colossus (Stefan Kapičić),
- Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand)
- Yukio (Shioli Kutsuna)
- Russell (Julian Dennison)
- Peter (Rob Delaney)
The trailer of Deadpool 3:
Filming hasn’t even begun on the third movie, so there won’t be a trailer for some time yet, we’re afraid.
The plot of Deadpool 3:
At the moment, few details have been released, but Ryan Reynolds did tell Variety that the film will go “in a completely different direction” to previous installments.
The producers behind Deadpool had previously planned to make an X-Force spin-off movie based on a comic book that follows a black-ops team of Marvel mutants on dangerous missions.
However, the project appears to have been one of the casualties of the Disney/Fox shuffle, so it’s possible some of those ideas could be incorporated into Deadpool 3 instead.
After all, the Merc with a Mouth has already tried to assemble the team once with hilariously gruesome results, so hopefully, the second attempt will be a tad more successful.
That concept appears to have been scrapped since Disney’s acquisition of Fox, although Jackman has sparked rumors of his return to Wolverine with recent posts to social media.