Ryan Reynolds Will Reportedly Have Full Creative Control On Deadpool 3

It’s being rumoured that Ryan Reynolds is going to have full creative control on the upcoming Deadpool 3 movie. This rumour comes to us via Daniel Richtman, so maybe take it with a slight pinch of salt.

Here’s what Richtman had to say about Ryan Reynolds having full creative control of Deadpool 3:

Ryan Reynolds has won and got everything he wanted from Feige and Marvel an R rating, creative freedom, big paycheck and more.

This rumour comes after it was revealed that Deadpool 3 has new writers in the Molyneux sisters, and it looks like it’s full steam ahead on the upcoming movie over at Marvel Studios. This is great news because it was touch-and-go for a while there as long as Deadpool 3 was concerned.

Ryan Reynolds is rumoured to have full control on Deadpool 3

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

Credit: Marvel Studios

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Deadpool is now back with Marvel Studios, which means the movies will now most likely be part of the MCU. This might be an issue moving forward because the MCU is pretty family-friendly all things considered.

They do not make R-rated movies. The R-rated comic book movies were being made by 20th Century Fox. Movies such as Deadpool, Deadpool 2 and Logan. They were all well received and did very well at the box office. However, Marvel is owned by Disney, and Disney tends not to make R-rated films.

So, we were thinking for a while what would happen to Deadpool 3. Well, it looks like they’re going to make it and it’s going to keep it’s more mature rating. It also looks like Ryan Reynolds will have creative control.

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to seeing Deadpool 3 starring Ryan Reynolds? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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