Rob Liefeld, the iconic creator of fantasy films like Deadpool and X-factor admits he’s “not really that passionate” about what Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios’ have planned for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and says that the Disney-owned studio has “zero” plans for Deadpool, the R-rated previous Fox franchise starring Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth.
Possibility of Deadpool
When interrogated by the Inverse about the chances of a Deadpool / X-Force movie post the spinoff was set up in Fox’s Deadpool 2, Liefeld reverts back with, “I have no idea. Here’s what people don’t wish to hear, but thank God I’m a realist. I feel like Deadpool, the movies, they’ve set sail.” Liefeld continues, “For me, as the fever of the movies settles down, people just need to calm down and realize that Deadpool 1 and 2 came on-screen within a gap of two years of each other, 2016 and 2018, and I just can’t, I’m not really that thrilled about Marvel’s ploy as of now.”
Extension of the marvel plan
The marvel scheme actually consists of November’s Black Widow, the prime feature film with lead star Scarlett Johansson’s ultra-spy Avenger, and most probable franchise starters The Eternals and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, both planned for release in 2021. New heroes will rule Marvel’s Phase 4.
“It’s will be the first time I go about, ‘Hey, Feige, did you even have a plan of action? Your plan was Eternals and Shang-Chi? That was your plan? And Black Widow?’” Liefeld comments. “So they shut the gates, Chris Evans bids farewell, Robert Downey Jr. follows up with a goodbye, Black Widow falls off a cliff bidding his goodbye.”If Marvel Studios began production on Deadpool 3 this year, Liefeld continues, “It would release in four years. I can’t be thrilling about that.” Saying he. Liefeld further added, “You wish to know the plan with Deadpool immediately? well, They have a goose egg, zero, zero.”