Ryan Reynolds Is Reportedly Pushing For Deadpool To Be A Major Player In The MCU

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It’s being rumoured that Ryan Reynolds is trying to convince Marvel Studios to make Deadpool a major player in the MCU moving forward.

Honestly, I’m not really sure what Marvel Studios is going to do with Deadpool in the future.

Now that Disney owns the rights to all the Marvel properties which were previously owned by Fox, they’re going to have to figure out what to do with the likes of Deadpool.

The Deadpool movies have proven to be really popular films.

People seem to love Ryan Reynolds’ take on the character and the R-Rated nature of the movies.

We’re now hearing reports from We Got This Covered’s sources that Ryan Reynolds is pushing for Deadpool to become one of the MCU’s major players in the future movies.

Ryan Reynolds wants Deadpool to be a major player in the MCU

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They claim that Reynolds is in talks with Marvel Studios and Disney at the moment.

These talks are rumoured to be about setting up a strategy for the Deadpool movies and character now that he’s owned by Disney.

Deadpool could end up being an incredibly lucrative property for both Marvel and Disney.

The movies grossed a huge amount of money at the box office.

They ended up becoming the highest-grossing R-Rated movies of all time.

That’s money that Disney just can’t afford to throw away by dumping the character.

The issue is that Disney and Marvel don’t make R-Rated movies.

Therefore, they’re going to have to work out to do moving forward.

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Would you like Deadpool to be a major player in the MCU in the future?

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