Honestly, no one expected “Deadpool” to become such a monster franchise in such a short amount of time. However, after the 2016 film made a ton of money and introduced the world to the funny superhero with a potty mouth, Fox rushed out a sequel just two years later. And that film, “Deadpool 2,” was even more successful and fully enlisted the character into the hallowed halls of superhero film royalty. But as we enter 2020, it appears that the “Deadpool” freight train has come to a sudden halt, as Fox was purchased by Disney and the studio attempts to figure out what to do next.
And according to a new interview with EW, one of the franchise’s co-writers, Paul Wernick, promises that the future of “Deadpool” is still bright, and most definitely R-rated. Wernick said that it all comes down to scheduling with star Ryan Reynolds and whether or not the writer, along with his partner Rhett Reese, can come up with a quality story.
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“I think the party line and truth is we’re all still figuring it out,” said Wernick. “Marvel has promised to continue to let us play in the R-rated ‘Deadpool’ universe, and the hope is that they will...