“I saw some crazy shit”: Rob Liefeld Couldn’t Believe His Eyes at Deadpool 3 Set That He Claims Ryan Reynolds Has Kept Hidden Successfully

Marvel is saving the best for the last as Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld teases a major surprise in the threequel.

“I saw some crazy shit”: Rob Liefeld Couldn’t Believe His Eyes at Deadpool 3 Set That He Claims Ryan Reynolds Has Kept Hidden Successfully

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  • Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld, who is set to step down from the comic book industry, teases big surprises from Deadpool 3.
  • While many details about the threequel have surfaced on the web, Liefeld stressed that the biggest surprise is still hidden in the MCU vault.
  • Even though many hoped the acclaimed writer will get the Stan Lee treatment in Deadpool 3, Liefeld had an upsetting update on the subject.
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Long-time comic book writer Rob Liefeld, known for creating the character of Deadpool, is set to ride off into the sunset, announcing his retirement from the comic book industry after 33 Years. While there is one last Deadpool tale Liefeld is eying to release in the summer of 2024 before stepping down, this will not stop him from enjoying more of the wisecracking fourth-wall-breaking anti-hero.

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And like fans, Liefeld too is excited about the Deadpool threequel, claiming the movie will leave viewers dumbstruck following some big surprises that the MCU has succeeded in keeping hidden.

Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld

Deadpool Creator Rob Liefeld Teases Big Surprise That MCU Has Successfully Kept Hidden

Since the production kickstarted on Deadpool 3, a good number of details from the upcoming movie have surfaced on the web following the leaked set images. But it seems, MCU might be saving the best for last per Rob Liefeld’s statements. Being the co-creator of Deadpool, it’s reasonable that Liefeld had some special access to the story for the threequel, as last year, he revealed there were a lot of surprises that weren’t made public.

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Deadpool and Wolverine in Deadpool 3
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And even half a year later, it seems these surprises still haven’t escaped the editing room, as Liefeld stressed that he hopes Deadpool 3 could shape the MCU in a new direction. He told THR:

“I saw some crazy sh-t, and none of that has made its way out,” Liefeld teases. “I was really excited by what I was seeing. Fans want Deadpool 3 to represent a turning point for Marvel. I’m really hoping that this takes Marvel into new heights and puts them on a new direction. I’m as excited as everybody else.”

Considering how tumultuous the past few years have been for Marvel and CBMs’ in general, fans will hope the wisecracking anti-hero brings the cinematic giant back on track.

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

Rob Liefeld on Fans’ Wanting to See Him Getting the Stan Lee Treatment

While many expressed that they would love to see the acclaimed writer getting the Stan Lee treatment and have a cameo in the upcoming threequel, to fans’ dismay, this won’t be the case. While Rob Liefeld is excited about the upcoming Ryan Reynolds-led threequel, stating that he’ll keep on enjoying the character, the writer confirmed that Deadpool 3 won’t comprise his cameo.

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“Stan Lee just set that bar. Fans just want to see the comic creator reflected. I understand it, and I’m happy to receive that excitement.” He continued, ” I’ll continue to enjoy the character, but I feel like I’ll have told all of the Deadpool that I need to share.”

Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld

Following how many major returns have been seemingly confirmed, courtesy of the set images, this might have been a deliberate attempt from Marvel to ensure the supposed big surprise doesn’t leak.

Deadpool 3 will hit theatres on 26 July 2024.

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