Finally, MCU has announced the third part of Deadpool with its writers. This time Deadpool’s old writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese will not be returning for its third part. This time, film is being made in the Universe of MCU, so will this film not be R-Rated?
At the moment Deadpool’s Universe is not being reboot, like earlier speculations were being made. This time, the responsibility of writing the film has been given to Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux. Deadline site have confirmed this. Prior to this, Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux have created the highly animated show Bob’s Burgers, which has been running since 2011. This show is very entertaining, which makes you laugh a lot. This has also been confirmed from the official page of Deadpool itself with its animated poster.
Now let’s talk about Deadpool 3 being R-rated, Disney has made the film to be R-Rated, as the comic book Deadpool has R-rated. The film was such a huge hit at the box office due to its R-rated. DC’s Joker is currently the highest-grossing film in the R-rated category, followed by Deadpool. That is why the studio would not like to take any risk.
Deadpool 3 Director
As for the director of the film, the studio has not confirmed it. The studio may invite David Leitch to direct the film again. In an interview, David Leitch said that if he got to make a Deadpool 3 film, he could make this film without R-Rated as well because the story of its third part is very funny, which could be a easily hit at box office. Deadpool fans were also annoyed by this, because they like Deadpool R-Rated version.
Ryan Reynolds has been mitting with the film’s writers for some time. The film is in its early stages. It is not yet clear whether other Deadpool 2 co-stars such as Zazie Beatz as Domino or Josh Brolin can also appear in Deadpool 3, or, for example, anyone in the MCU may notice that Cable Looks like Thanos. Deadpool 3 has no official release date yet, but due to COVID-19, its shooting may be delayed, possibly in 2023 or before 2024.