While uncertainty persists as to what Marvel Studios will decide about the future of “Bigmouth Mercury”, rumors sprout sporadically about how the House of Ideas Amphitheater produces its third underwater installment. Last weekend, for example, a well-known scooper outreach turned to Twitter to uncover Deadpool 3’s possible premise and revealed that Michael Bay has negotiated to direct it.
“Deadpool has been killing the Marvel Universe since [the 20th century], Fox was one of the ideas put forward by [Ryan] Reynolds in 2019. Michael Bay, in conversation, to direct the film,” the post reads.
Reynolds Shared A Picture On Social Media
In October last year, Reynolds shared a picture on the social network in which he is seen in front of a wall with the Marvel Studios logo. As a comment, he avoided writing anything revealing and simply ended it with a joke (in true Canadian style). However, that image pointed to a possible Deadpool artist meeting with the company behind the MCU. Could it be that this was (supposedly) the idea presented by Roger Wardell?
On the other hand, a plot where Wade Wilson is responsible for destroying all known faces of the mutant film franchise would make Larmouth more even more compelling by reinforcing metadigmatic quality. That is to say, clearly, Disney’s acquisition of Fox reveals a clean slate and new account for the X-Men saga and it would be fun if Deadpool adopted such a renewal in a very rigorous manner.
Revealed Information About MCU
It should be noted that, earlier, user Roger Wardell had revealed information about the MCU which would later be confirmed. For example, from Avengers: Endgame, he estimated Thor’s rough figures, Captain America’s “Hell Hydra” and the Stan Lee cameo set in the 1970s (Stan).
Last month, Wardell announced that John Piskinski and Giancarlo Esposito were in talks to play lead roles in the idea version of The Fantastic Four. Reed Richards and Doctor Doom, maybe?
Michael Bay directed Ryan Reynolds in Squad 6, a Netflix action film featuring Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese as screenwriters, with him also responsible for writing two Deadpool installments. Will this be the team that will continue the bloody adventures of the mercenaries?