Deadpool 3 It’s probably one of Marvel’s biggest movies in terms of combining the old 20th Century Fox X-Men movies and the new MCU universe via Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool. Naturally, being an X-Men character himself, there have been plenty of connections between Deadpool and the X-Men over the decades in comic book form and some of those were seen in previous Deadpool movies through characters like Colossus, Juggernaut, and more. Deadpool 3 Now it’s said it’s about to gather more than ever, with new rumors pointing to the return of several old X-Men stars along with a couple of iconic villains.
Of course, at the moment all we hear about Deadpool 3 It’s seen as nothing more than rumors, but that doesn’t mean fans haven’t already built their hopes on the validity of many of these speculations. While this sort of thing has led to a lot of disappointment with films like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of MadnessHowever, recent rumors about the Merc with the Mouth’s arrival in the MCU have spawned even more wild fan theories that we still have to wait a long time to confirm or debunk.
The new rumor has been shared multiple times online since the tweet from CanWeGetSomeToast It was suggested that Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine star in the film by longtime castmates Halle Berry, Famke Jensen, and James Marsden reprise their X-Men characters as Storm, Jean Gray, and Cyclops, respectively. Another rumor of a major villain from the old Fox X-Men movies also followed and a villain from the MCU would also be appearing in the film, further cementing the bridge between old and new Marvel projects.
Do Deadpool 3 rumors only disappoint fans?
If there’s one thing that’s become apparent over the past few years, it’s that rumors about Marvel movies and TV shows have been hit hard and lost in their accuracy. Operating on the principle that making too many jumps will always result in some insisting they land, there have already been dozens of theories and rumors about who may or may not be appearing in the new Deadpool movie, and by probability alone, some of them may very well be true. However, those who expect every rumor to be true are really setting themselves up for the same kind of disappointment that plagues the MCU’s Phase 4.
Over the past several years, fans have built into Mephisto’s arrival in several Marvel projects, only to never see the MCU demon appear. Likewise, the Multiverse has yet to deliver anywhere near the amount of crossovers and cameos that have been rumored to be coming since the first season of Loki. Until now only Spider-Man: No way home Really met the expectations of fans, while Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It played as variations of the same characters but didn’t quite open up the multiverse the way it was expected to.
Of course, a lot of this will change by the time the MCU arrives Secret wars, but this is still a few years away. In the meantime, it’s probably best to keep all the rumors at bay until they are confirmed one way or another.