While there may be varying opinions about the recent decisions made by the bosses of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is a unanimous sense of excitement and anticipation for Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool 3. This movie, the third installment in the solo franchise of the irreverent anti-hero, is highly anticipated by fans. There are two main reasons for this excitement: first, to see how the story unfolds, and second, the fact that it is now part of the official Marvel Cinematic Universe canon. However, if we consider Ryan Reynolds’ perspective, his concerns are quite different.
Ryan Reynolds made his debut as Deadpool in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, alongside Hugh Jackman. Then, in 2016, he returned to the screen in his own solo franchise where he portrayed the character more faithfully to the comics, including breaking the fourth wall. Fans loved this portrayal, and now they are eagerly anticipating the third installment of the franchise. According to Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, the team is currently working on developing Deadpool 3.
Ryan Reynolds, who will be reprising his role as Deadpool for the fourth time, has expressed some concerns and fears about Deadpool 3. Despite his reputation as a confident and robust person, Reynolds has revealed that he has his own nervousness and worries. Let’s delve into the details of what he has shared about his biggest fear regarding the upcoming film.
During an interview with Comicbook, Ryan Reynolds expressed his concern about potentially disappointing fans with his portrayal of Wade Wilson in Deadpool 3. Reynolds acknowledged his previous experiences in the comic book genre, admitting that he had not achieved the success he had hoped for. He shared his fear of letting people down if the upcoming film did not meet their expectations, particularly those who deeply loved the character. Reynolds’s biggest fear revolved around the possibility of not living up to the fans’ admiration and affection for Deadpool.
Recently, the MCU bosses made the exciting announcement of Deadpool and Wolverine’s entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with the release of Deadpool and Logan on Disney+. When Ryan Reynolds was asked about the possibility of Shawn Levy, the director of Deadpool 3, bringing Hugh Jackman into the film, he expressed his enthusiasm and said, “That would be amazing. I say write to Kevin Feige, care of Marvel Cinematic Universe at whatever Buena Vista Way. I don’t know where it is, but yeah, that would be nice. That would be a dream. That would be a dream come true.” Reynolds expressed his desire to see the beloved character of Wolverine join forces with Deadpool, creating a dream collaboration for fans.