Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige Rumoured To Think That Deadpool Won’t Fit Into The MCU

It’s being rumoured that Marvel Studios’ President, Kevin Feige, thinks that Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool just won’t fit in the MCU.

This new report comes from We Got This Covered, so maybe take it with a pinch of salt.

However, the report does line up with some of the things I’ve been told about the future of Deadpool in the MCU.

But, that article’s for another time.

As far as WGTC’s report is concerned, they’re claiming that Kevin Feige is struggling to see where Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool could fit in the MCU.

This is, moving forward, going to be a bit of a problem for the MCU.

They’ve got a lot of characters coming in thanks to Disney’s acquisition of Fox that are quite ‘R-Rated’.

They’ve got the likes of Deadpool and Wolverine coming in, which were R-Rated characters by the end of their time at Fox.

Deadpool won’t fit in the MCU as far as Kevin Feige’s concerned

Deadpool coming to the MCU and the multiverse?

Credit: Marvel Studios

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There’s also the fact that Marvel Studios is going to be making a Blade movie.

That film will star Mahershala Ali as Blade.

Their Blade movie really should be R-Rated if they want to make the most of the character.

The same has to be said about Deadpool, and yet the MCU doesn’t seem to be ready for R-Rated movies.

So, what could they do? Well, I might have some answers as far as that’s concerned.

However, that will be coming later on next week, once I’ve got some more information.

Stay tuned for that.

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Do you think that Deadpool won’t fit in the MCU?

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