Deadpool Has A Major Role In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

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Did you think there were already enough superheroes crammed into Avengers: Infinity War? Well, get ready to stuff in one more!…and it’s a big one!

Even with the Disney/Fox deal not yet finalized, it’s being  officially reported that the “Merc with a Mouth” himself, Deadpool, will be making an appearance in the upcoming Marvel extravaganza, Avengers: Infinity War.

In fact, when asked for comment, Infinity War directors, the Russo Brothers, actually responded with details:

“Yeah – Ryan was on set for most of the shoot, actually. Believe it or not, Deadpool is the hero with the 2nd or 3rd most screen time in the movie. He joins the Black Order and is the only one who can actually kill Thanos, but all he really ever does is eat tacos and ask him where he gets his outfits.”

When asked if they’ll allow Deadpool to swear as much as usual in the movie, the Russos responded:

“Nah, we’ll probably just bleep it. You know Disney…”

When asked for comment, Ryan Reynolds, gave the following statement:

“Wait, you’re not my agent…”

Well, there you have it. A surprisingly candid and spoiler-filled string of quotes that are most certainly legitimate.

Deadpool appears in April Fools: Infinity War on 4/1/2018.

Gotcha, suckers.


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Mike DeAngelo

Mike DeAngelo is a husband, father, superhero enthusiast, and all-around film lover that hails from the mostly-frigid Milwaukee, Wisconsin. When he’s not watching movies, he’s probably thinking, writing, and talking about movies. When he’s not watching, thinking, writing, or talking about movies, he’s probably sleeping or changing diapers. He began his film-writing obsession a few years back on a site called Back to the Features and recently brought his talents to FandomWire because he needs more movie-obsessed friends. Mike also works with a Software-as-a-Service company named Zywave, as, let’s face it, film-writing doesn’t pay the bills these days.