Doctor Strange 2: Here’s Why Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool Didn’t Make It To MCU With Multiverse Of Madness

Doctor Strange 2: Here’s Why Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool Didn’t Make It To MCU With Multiverse Of Madness

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Doctor
Strange
in
the
Multiverse
Of
Madness

gave
fans
many
expected
cameos
including
Patrick
Stewart
as
Professor
Charles
Xavier,
Lashana
Lynch
as
Captain
Marvel,
John
Krasinski
as
Mr
Fantastic
and
more.
However,
there
were
some
cameos
which
fans
were
waiting
for
but
never
came
like
Tom
Cruise’s
Iron
Man
and
Ryan
Reynolds’
Deadpool.

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Before
the
release,
Ryan
had
assured
fans
that
he
won’t
be
in
the
films,
but
many
still
hoped.
After
fans
claimed
to
have
spotted
Deadpool
in

Doctor
Strange
2

poster,
Ryan
had
said,
“I’m
really
not
in
the
movie.
I’m
promising,
I’m
not
in
the
movie.”

Recently,
the
film’s
screenwriter
Michael
Waldron
revealed
to
ComicBook
that
a
cameo
of
Deadpool
was
talked
about
but
the
filmmakers
decided
against
it.
He
said,
“Yeah,
we
talked
about
it.
I
think
we
talked
about
everything
in
this
movie.
So,
[it]
would’ve
been
crazy
to
not
raise
that
but
it
ultimately
didn’t
feel
like
it
just
didn’t
feel
like
the
right
place.
But
yeah,
of
course
we
talked
about
it.”

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Multiverse
Of
Madness

Waldron
also
talked
about
working
with
John
on
bringing
Mr
Fantastic
to
life.
He
said,
“I’m
not
involved
in
the
casting,
but
as
with
all
of
these
performers,
I
worked
really
closely
with
him
in
bringing
that
character
to
life
with
him
and
Sam
(director).” Calling
Mr
Fantastic
one
of
his
favourite
comic
book
characters,
he
added
it
was
a
lot
of
fun
figuring
out
how
they
wanted
this
guy
to
be,
“because
that
was
the
one
character
that
had
no
real
precedent
ever
in
the
MCU,
at
least.”

When
asked
if
John’s
Reed
Richards
will
be
returning
to
MCU,
he
said,
“It’s
a
question
for
somebody
else.”
Notably,
Marvel
now
holds
the
rights
to
Fantastic
Four
and
a
film
has
been
proposed
within
the
universe
but
there
is
no
confirmation
on
who
is
starring
in
it.

Story first published: Saturday, May 14, 2022, 17:11 [IST]

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