Ryan Reynolds Confirms Deadpool 3: Release Date, Cast And Everything You Need To Know

The third installment in the Deadpool film series has been titled “Deadpool 3,” and Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as Deadpool, with Hugh Jackman reprising his role as Wolverine.
For those who are unfamiliar, Deadpool is a superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It is a spin-off of the X-Men film series, so two films in the Deadpool film series have already been released, with Deadpool 3 being the third installment.

Deadpool 3 Release Date

Deadpool 3 will hit theatres on September 6, 2024.

In a video, star Ryan Reynolds confirmed the film’s release date as September 2022.
The film series began under 20th Century Fox but was acquired when Disney took over that studio, so speculation about when Deadpool would make his MCU debt has been rampant in recent years.

Deadpool 3 Plot

The success of the previous two Deadpool films has made a third film possible, and it is clear that the public wants it. However, regardless of which studio is in charge, the third installment may take some time to arrive.

However, this does not rule out the possibility of Deadpool appearing in future films or television shows. Before releasing ‘The X Force,’ Deadpool’s third solo adventure, the studio wants to showcase a team-up film.

Pool gathers his team of mutant super-powered beings, including himself, Domino, Shatterstar, Zeitgeist, Bedlam, and Vanisher, for a mission, but all but Domino and himself are killed in an attempt to land to rescue Collins. It is a direct rip-off of the sequel to Deadpool.

When Deadpool and Cable were resurrected in the X-Men: Apocalypse spin-off using Cable’s time machine, other members of the X-Men were either tossed off as a joke or revived by Deadpool using Cable’s time machine.

“I believe we will have a choice between two options.” According to Deadpool 2 writer Rhett Reese, Deadpool 3 will be a smaller and more intimate film than X-Force.

Following Fox’s acquisition by Disney, the initial plans for completing an X-Force feature. At the same time, Ryan Reynolds’ planned hiatus from the role to eventually return for a third was called into question, only to be revived by Igers and Feige’s statement.

Whether or not a ‘X-Force’ film is made, a ‘Deadpool’ film would have to take one of two paths: either continuing the storyline from where it was left off after the events of the second film, or a new film that doesn’t necessarily discard the events of the Fox films by keeping the cast, but has the character introduced in the MCU, dealing with the realities of the MCU.

I’m not sure about the latter, so I’ll leave it to the Marvel minds to figure out.

Toning down a character known for his vulgarity and violence in the first place does not appear to be “a” solution in the same way that “Once Upon a Deadpool’s” PG-13 rating does. It appears that the guy needs to have everything taken away from him in order to function properly in his environment.

“I don’t think you can keep doing that,” Reynolds says of the character’s performance in his world because his films have creative and linguistic flexibility.

While I would love to see an X-Force sequel because it promised a new cast of mutant characters, I must admit that I have been guilty of laughing at the promise’s premature demise.
However, even without the project, many new mutants could make it to the big screen, and I admit to laughing at its premature demise.

The Ice Box jail has emerged as a potential future setting for this series since the second Deadpool film.

The Uncut Screening, an extended version of the film shown at the San Diego Comic-Con, featured a brief appearance by Omega Red, a villain with abilities similar to the Winter Soldier but with adamantium/vibranium tentacles instead of the Winter Soldier’s claws.

Nothing resembling “tentacles” was seen in the brief appearance, but we can expect to see more of them when the plot of the film is revealed.

Deadpool may also benefit from the fact that the X-Men franchise will be on the sidelines for a long time, providing a plethora of characters and villains to work with, provided that returning favorites like Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Yukio, and Colossus are properly treated.

While Nathaniel Essex (aka Mister Sinister) was previously rumored to be the villain in Deadpool 3, the head of the Essex Corporation, Nathaniel Essex (aka Mister Sinister), was also considered for the role.

When Deadpool is pitted against Mr. Sinister’s supposedly indestructible and self-healing abilities, the result could be a wild ride.

Unfortunately, after ‘Apocalypse,’ the Essex company and Nathaniel Essex were rumored to be antagonists in the upcoming ‘X-Men,’ but that is no longer the case.

I’m probably looking too far into the future, but I’m excited about the prospect of a Deadpool-Wolverine onscreen encounter, which fans have been clamoring for since the first Deadpool was revealed about a decade ago.

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Deadpool 3 Cast

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Shawn Levy, who worked with Ryan Reynolds on Free Guy and The Adam Project, will direct Deadpool 3.

As previously stated, Hugh Jackman will reprise his role as Wolverine in Deadpool 3.

Deadpool 3 will be written by Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin. You might recognise their names if you’re a Bob’s Burgers(opens in new tab) fan, as they’ve been writing for the show for years. We believe the sisters will be able to capture the quintessential Deadpool essence because they co-wrote a number of the series’ Thanksgiving episodes, including bangers like Turkey in a Can and Dawn of the Peck.

When it comes to the rest of the cast, Ryan Reynolds will return as Wade Wilson/Deadpool, and now that Vanessa isn’t dead, we’ll hopefully see the two living out their relationship goals — which means Morena Baccarin will return as well.

Although Domino actress Zazie Beetz stated in March that she “would love to revive the role,” she hadn’t “had any specific conversations around [Deadpool 3]” at the time (via Digital Spy(opens in new tab)). Cable, played by Josh Brolin, could also make a return.

Wade was last seen with Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), Yukio (Shioli Kutsuna), and Colossus (Stefan Kapii), so we expect the trio to appear in Deadpool 3. Russell (Julian Dennison) and — if we’re really lucky — Rob Delaney’s Peter may also be on the team.

Villain rumor for Deadpool 3

In a locked Patreon post, Marvel movie leaker Daniel Richtman(opens in new tab) reported that Jim Carrey has been considered to play the villain in Deadpool 3. There has been no word on who Carrey might play.

According to We Got This Covered (opens in new tab), Madcap is one of the potential villains for Deadpool 3. Carrey is an easy fit because the character breaks the fourth wall as much as Wade Wilson does. According to the same report, Madcap will team up with Typhoid Mary. Who Is Working on Deadpool 3?

The Deadpool franchise has had a number of directors, beginning with Tim Miller (Terminator: Dark Fate) and then moving on to David Leitch (Bullet Train) for the sequel, and now another new name will take on the franchise.

Shawn Levy, who directed Stranger Things (2016-2022), previously collaborated with Ryan Reynolds on the video game satire Free Guy (2021) and the time travel family film The Adam Project (2022).

Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin (Bob’s Burgers) will also join the crew as writers on the film, with Reynolds himself credited with co-writing. Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who also wrote the first two films in the series, are among the other writers on the film.

Where to Watch Deadpool 3

When Deadpool 3 is released, you will be able to see it in a theatre near you. Depending on the agreed-upon theatrical window, the film may be available in selected streaming services 45 days after its initial release.

Deadpool will inject his brand of craziness into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’re excited to see how Reynolds and the rest of the Deadpool team will surprise us.

Deadpool 3 Trailer

Unfortunately, a trailer for the third installment of the franchise is not yet available. However, Reynolds and Jackman collaborated with Marvel Studios to release this teaser announcing the film’s arrival. Take a look.