'Deadpool' Writers Confirm Marvel Studios Will Allow The R Rating

WESTWOOD CALIFORNIA- OCTOBER 10 Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese attend the premiere of Sony

WESTWOOD CALIFORNIA- OCTOBER 10 Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese attend the premiere of Sony

Thankfully, both Disney and Sony reached a deal to keep Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the move was met with a big sigh of relief from nail-biting fans.

The actor teased a meeting with Marvel Studios following Disney's acquisition of Fox, fuelling rumours Deadpool could be fitting into the MCU sooner than you think. Sharing a picture of himself from Marvel Studios, Reynolds wrote, "Auditioned for the role of "Anthony Stark".

The reference to the MCU couldn't be more clear, and Reynolds and Marvel must have discussed Wade Wilson during the meeting rather than that "Anthony Stark" character, who perished after a bad confrontation between Earth's mightiest heroes and alien armies. This meant Ryan Reynolds' "Merc With A Mouth' character in Deadpool might be in trouble due to its non-family-friendly vibe".

However, there is also chance that the mysterious meeting was about an entirely different endeavour, as Deadpool writer Paul Wernick confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that the actor has multiple projects in the pipeline outside of that universe.

We still have some good news for Deadpool fans, though. "So we would love to see Deadpool enter that universe in a fun way". He goes on to say that the movie would live in a R rated universe, to be allowed to play in the MCU sandbox and incorporate into it. Our feeling and Ryan's feeling is that it's got to be the right idea, it's got to be great... "Fantastic Four? There's a lot to be sorted out and I think we're all getting a much needed rest from Deadpool - Ryan and us and everybody".

Ahead of another potential Deadpool, Wernick and Reese also teamed up with Reynolds for Michael Bay's 6 Underground, which will debut on Netflix in December.

The feet reference is a joke that comic fans will get, as it's related to Liefeld's way of drawing feet in his works.

That could prove to be an issue, as 2016's Deadpool and its 2018 sequel managed to connect with a huge audience mainly because of the profane, violent and explicit manner that it skewered and subverted the superhero genre. But we'll have to wait a while for the official Deadpool 3 announcement - unless someone leaks it first, of course.

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