Ryan Reynolds Reportedly Wants More Time Out Of The Deadpool Mask In The MCU

Deadpool now belongs to the House of Mouse – Credit: Fox

It’s being reported by Daniel Richtman that Ryan Reynolds wants to have more time out of the Deadpool mask in the MCU. This rumour comes after we revealed he would be in debuting in the MCU in Doctor Strange 2.

There have been some scenes in Deadpool and Deadpool 2 in which Ryan Reynolds is out of the Deadpool mask. He’s not a pretty sight to look at with his mask off, and it looks like Reynolds wants MCU viewers to see that side of Deadpool more than the masked one.

Wade Wilson is pretty disfigured in the Deadpool movies, and it’s all because of a whole bunch of terrible experiments he went through in order to find out what his hidden mutation was. Turned out it was super-healing.

Ryan Reynolds rumoured to not want to be in the Deadpool mask too much in the MCU

Ryan Reynolds Deadpool MCU

Credit: Marvel Studios

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Deadpool is basically invincible. I do believe there’s one way to kill him, and that’s to cut his head off. That’s what Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine did to Ryan Reynolds’ first version of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

That was a pretty awful movie, yet it did feature our first look at Reynolds as Deadpool, which was nice. However, he didn’t really get to put his spin on the character until the first Deadpool film was released in 2016.

He’s now making his way to the MCU after Disney acquired Fox, which means that Deadpool will be cameoing in the MCU. It seems like Ryan Reynolds will be spending quite a bit of time unmasked in those movies.

What do you make of this news? Would you like to see Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool out of the mask more in the MCU? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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