copyrightDeadpool 3 may not have an R rating, says David Leitch
'Deadpool 2', with Ryan Reynolds as Marvel's Bigmouth Mercenary, grossed over $ 785 million at the global box office.
As we discovered at Comic-Con, Phase 4 of Marvel Studios will begin on May 1, 2020, with Black Widow and then continue with the series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney + .- Fall 2020), Eternals (November 6 2020), Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (February 12, 2021), WandaVision (Disney + .- Spring 2021), Loki (Disney + .- Spring 2021), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness ( May 7, 2021), What If ...? (Disney + .- Summer 2021), Hawkeye (Disney + .- Fall 2021) and Thor: Love and Thunder (November 5, 2021). But what about Deadpool, now in the hands of Disney after the acquisition of 21st Century Fox? Deadpool 3 still has no release date and David Leitch, director of Deadpool 2, has now commented in an interview with Yahoo that the next sequel does not have to keep an R rating.
Unlike other Fox superhero projects, both Deadpool deliveries have harvested good data at the box office. Deadpool (2016) scored 783 million dollars with a budget of 59 million, while Deadpool 2 (2018), with 110 million budget, reached 785 million. So, most likely, neither Disney nor Marvel changes Deadpool. But maintaining its R rating could also mean dispensing with Bocazas Mercenary (Ryan Reynolds) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Leitch, meanwhile, thinks that Wade Wilson would continue to function even with a less restrictive rating. "[Deadpool] has an R rating, so that's not essentially the [MCU] brand. But [Deadpool] doesn't have to be R and [Disney] doesn't have to exclusively make PG-13 movies. I think we'll get there about to meet "
Will Marvel Studios moderate the tone of Deadpool? Will there be a 'crossover' PG-13 with characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men? At least there are conversations. "I think ... From what I've heard, everything is positive," adds the director of Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw. "I think they are trying to find a way because Deadpool is [a case] complicated." It should be noted that the filmmaker confessed in mid-July that they had not yet contacted him for the next continuation, which means that he may not be the one chosen. Also, he also likes the idea of a potential 'crossover' with Blade (Mahershala Ali) because "the two are swordsmen." Once Upon A Deadpool, the PG-13 version of Deadpool 2, exceeded the six million dollars raised in the US.