Deadpool 3: Kevin Feige Teases Wade Wilson's MCU Future

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While he turns out to be a fraud, the many, many non-MCU characters both confirmed and rumored to appear in Spider-Man 3 - plus the presence of Doctor Strange himself - can be more than enough to make one think that your friendly neighborhood web-head's third solo outing might just be the MCU's first big multiverse tentpole, with Doctor Strange 2 further expanding on the concept. "But saying which is which would take all the fun out of everything".

WandaVision - the first of Marvel's new streaming series - begins this week, on January 15, making it the flawless time to check back on the timeline of Scarlet Witch and Vision in the MCU. The two previous entries in the franchise were produced by 20th Century Fox before the Disney deal was finalized, but going forward Ryan Reynolds' take on the foul-mouthed character will carry over to the main Marvel Studios continuity.

"It will be rated R and we are working on a script right now, and Ryan [Reynolds is] overseeing a script right now..." It will not be [filming] this year.

Keige tells Collider that filming for Deadpool 3 is not happening in 2021.

Deadpool 2 premiered in May of 2018, and became the second highest grossing R-rated film with $743.8 million worldwide, sitting behind just the first Deadpool movie.

It sounds like it'll be quite some time before production on Deadpool 3 gets underway, but there's always a chance Reynolds could film a short cameo for one of the many movies or shows now in the works. Ryan is a very busy, very successful actor. "Again, a very different type of character in the MCU, and Ryan is a force of nature, which is just awesome to see him bring that character to life". Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals are also scheduled for this year, while Spider-Man 3 and Doctor Strange are now being filmed. But if you're confused why Marvel Studios would opt for the small-screen treatment rather than tackling Secret Invasion as a blockbuster movie, don't be.

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