Still in the X-Universe for now...So.. Deadpool 1,2 timeline?
There's some huge news as it's been revealed that Deadpool 3 is finally moving forward at Marvel Studios with writers found to bring Ryan Reynolds' Merc with a Mouth into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.www.comicbookmovie.com
Even if it is short, they APPEARED. And those X-Men are not MCU X-Men. So no. Deadpool and Deadpool 2 cannot be MCU.It is rumored that he has always been part of the MCU, but he faces it when he is left alone because because of the snap, everyone disappears (from his own films). So it will play after the snap.
Let’s not forget that we didn’t see the X-Men in the Deadpool movies, just a short cameo for the young team ...
That was NOT a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. Completely different to the Marvel Cinematic Universe design.I think that Xmen cameo should be forgotten. If Part 3 is an MCU, then Part 1-2 must also be viewed, so it is also an MCU. Sony-Venom-Spiderman crossover = Venom 2. is similar.
In addition, he was Shield Helicarrier and Raft in the Deadpool movies.
I agree. The MCU Mutants shouldn't be a multiverse thing. It should happen naturally within the universe.In contrast, mutants cannot be identified by a multiverse. That would be the worst thing that ever happened in a Marvel movie.
In the Wakanda Files book, they mentioned that he had settled Hydra in Sokovia, because genetic abnormalities were detected in the village and the mind stone only accelerated Pietro and Wanda’s mutation.
I think there are only a few mutants so far, so it didn’t show up to anyone. But it’s also a solution that Xavier erased from everyone’s memory that they exist.
This is how I always seen it too. Deadpool has always been a satire of superhero movies, so I never worried too much with how it fitted into the Fox canon (particularly as we saw the 80s X-men team in that cameo....)I honestly don't see Deadpool being an official part of the MCU. In the same way, I didn't see him as an actual part of the Foxverse. He's in his own world that can reference and include non-canon versions of characters/actors from both the Foxverse and now the MCU. Plus I doubt he is seen in any other movies or shows anyway unless it's like a Multiverse of Madness throwaway joke or something.
What works in comics doesn't necessarily work on film. As I said, I doubt he appears in anything Deadpool related anyway sans a small cameo in the multiverse.He acts the same as he does in the comics, yet you don't state he's not in that universe. Just like the comics connect to everything else, the Deadpool films clearly portray themselves as apart of the X-Men Movies Universe, otherwise you wouldn't have so many ties to that continuity.
The reason it's the young X-Men is the same reason they're young in Dark Phoenix. That's not continuity breaking, it's just that they've just become a recast.
Yeah, I think it would be sorta like Hulk, where DP 1&2 happened, but not the same way as we saw it. No one yet mentioned the whole Cable/ Thanos thing yet either. I'm pretty sure Cable would be recast at some point, but if they bring anyone else over, besides the mainstream X-Men, they'd probably be fine without being recast. I really wouldn't want Vanessa to be recast, for example. By the way, why are there so many Peters in Marvel?Unless the X-Men cameo is DELETED from Deadpool 2 that scene alone invalidates it from being MCU.
It can be a sequel to the character but still be the first iteration of the MCU Deadpool.
Just like TIH picks up Banner in Janeiro when Hulk (2003) had Banner there by the end of it.