Deadpool will soon be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe but what fans are wondering is how exactly that is going to happen. Chances are we’re going to see Fox’s take on the mutants fade to black and a new take introduced into the MCU. One of the only survivors, if not the only one, will be Ryan Reynolds as The Merc With The Mouth. There have been plenty of rumors as how that could happen either with some sources claiming that the top contenders are ‘Deadpool 3‘, a Disney+ series, or even ‘Spider-Man 3’ being what brings Wade Wilson into the proper MCU.
As much we comic fans love seeing Spidey and Deadpool team up and even with there being an ongoing comic featuring the two, this seems to be the least likely option. In fact, Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld likely crushed the hopes of anyone hoping to see this one occur by using simple logic.
So, explain this to me again… tell me how Disney will give rival studio, Sony Pictures, the platform to introduce and capitalize on Deadpool meeting Spider Man? Did Disney buy Sony and I didn’t hear about it yet? 🤔🤔🤔 https://t.co/c4ImjhqG2D
— robliefeld (@robertliefeld) May 26, 2019
While it wouldn’t be the best move for Sony Pictures to alienate fans of the MCU by taking Tom Holland’s Spidey out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and put him back into the world they’ve created with ‘Venom,’ it is their right to do so. Unless a new contract is inked, it seems unlikely that Marvel Studios would somehow use a character still owned by Sony Pictures to introduce one of their biggest moneymakers.
It is always possible he could appear in the movies, this just doesn’t seem like the best way financially to introduce him. Or, Sony Pictures could just sell itself to Disney and end the madness.
Do you feel that Liefeld’s logic proves that Deadpool won’t be introduced in ‘Spider-Man 3’ or would Marvel Studios be willing to risk it? Share your thoughts in the comments below, True Believers!
Source: Screen Rant