Ryan Reynolds Gives Update on Deadpool 3, Refutes Doctor Strange 2 Cameo Rumors

The Merc With the Mouth hadn’t shown up on films since 2018

Phase 4 of the MCU is going on in full swing, and so are the rumors surrounding future projects. One such rumor is about when we will get to see Deadpool on the big screen again. Deadpool star and producer Ryan Reynolds has given a short update on the character’s MCU debut, and it might just be what we have been waiting for. Let’s find out.

Future plans


Deadpool would not have been a reality if it were not for the efforts of Ryan, writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and Tim Miller, director of the first film. It was stuck in development hell for years until a test footage leaked. The 2016 movie became the sleeper hit for the year, and immediately got a sequel. However, the character had not made much noise, and fans were concerned of not seeing him in Phase 4 of the MCU.

But Reynolds is working hard behind the scenes on Deadpool’s next big adventure. Since the character became Disney property along with the X-Men and Fantastic Four, things are different. However, Kevin Feige and the other execs decided to keep the character R-rated, which is very exciting. In an interview with Variety for his new movie The Adam Project, Ryan spoke about the third part. The actor did not say much, but did say “It’s coming along” with an air of confidence.

Doctor Strange cameo


He was also asked about his alleged involvement in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Ryan’s response was suspicious and funny at the same time. The actor promised he was not in the movie, but also stated that he cannot really say anything about it. He also said that there will be a team of people who can neutralize you.

The time for believing what Marvel actors say about their involvement in future projects has come to an end. And that is thanks to Andrew Garfield and his No Way Home appearance. Since Patrick Stewart’s Professor X has returned, it is not too far out to imagine that Deadpool is back as well.