Deadpool almost appeared in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

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Deadpool almost appeared in 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'

The multiverse It has changed everything in the world of superheroes. Spider-Man: No Way Home It was the first big step towards that of including characters, villains and cameos from other sagas and realities. The Marvel Universe is now bigger, and as we told you in Random Vandal, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the perfect epitome. Kevin Feige has turned the film by Benedict Cumberbatch and Sam Raimi into the ideal vehicle for this type of inclusion, and beyond Tom Cruise’s alleged cameo, today it is confirmed that Marvel Studios considered bringing it to the dead Pool by Ryan Reynolds. The writer has stated comic.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness almost includes Ryan Reynolds and his Deadpool

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has been released to great acclaim across the globe, topping $688 million at the international box office. Reynolds claimed that he was not in the Sam Raimi film, and it seems that he was right. However, the loudmouth mercenary was in one of the drafts and it was decided that it could have been one of those ideal cameos to introduce the mutant character. However, the acquisition of Fox by Disney in 2019, as well as the new collaborations of Marvel Studios with Sony, have led this type of production to mix narratives and characters, changing everything with the excuse of the multiverse.



Is now Michael Waldron, film writerthe one that confirms that, indeed, Deadpool almost came out in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It is not surprising, especially considering the incorporation of the Illuminati, in which even characters of the stature of Patrick Stewart’s Professor X appear. “Yeah, we talked about it. I think we talk about everything in this movie. It would have been crazy not to bring it up, but in the end it didn’t feel like just We didn’t think it was the right place“, comments Waldron, which highlights how crazy the brainstorming that took place in the Marvel offices in those days of writing had to be.

Neither the writer nor Feige thought you were the right place

Waldron, who already worked for Marvel in LokiHe explained that he and Kevin Feige both worked on the idea of ​​showing a multitude of cameos. “Unfortunately, we couldn’t include all of them or we thought of something else based on the availability of the actors,” Waldron concluded. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It’s already available in theaters. Deadpool 3As Ryan Reynolds and those responsible have already confirmed, it is under development and we will have more news soon.

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