Deadpool Surprises DCEU Superman & Batman Via Portal In Crossover Art

New fan art imagines
Deadpool popping up in a portal and meeting Batman and Superman. Known for his foul mouth and breaking the fourth wall, Ryan Reynolds’ mutant has been a fan favorite since his cinematic renaissance in 2016. He’s been at the center of two highly successful big screen adventures, and a third, 
Deadpool 3, is currently in the works. In late 2019, Reynolds confirmed the film was in development at Marvel Studios following Disney’s acquisition of Fox.,Unlike Fox’s Fantastic Four, which will be rebooted by Marvel Studios, Reynolds’
Deadpool franchise will be integrated into the MCU. In fact, 
Deadpool 3 will be its first R-rated project. How exactly that comes to pass is still unsure at this point, but thanks to the burgeoning Marvel multiverse, it may not be that big of a problem. The events of the recently-released 
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness have established how relatively easy it is to move from one universe to another. Interestingly, this is also the main idea behind a fun fan art that sees Deadpool even crossing over to the DCEU.,Related: Everything We Know About Deadpool 3,In a new illustration by digital artist Erathrim, Wade Wilson emerges from a familiar-looking portal, where he’s greeted by Batman (presumably Ben Affleck) and Henry Cavill’s Superman. Aside from using a sling ring to open the now iconic MCU gateway, Deadpool is also wearing Doctor Strange’s Cloak of Levitation. Check out the fan art below:,Click Here To See The Original Post.,There have been various iterations of this type of fan art; every single one hinges on the idea that the portals can transport anyone anywhere. To be fair, the MCU has certainly done much to further this idea. In
Avengers: Endgame, it was used to assemble all Avengers to fight Thanos (Josh Brolin).
Spider-Man: No Way Home used the same scheme to bring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s respective web-slingers together. More recently in
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it’s used more subtly, with the focus mainly being on America Chavez’s (Xochitl Gomez) unique powers. Still, the sling ring remains among the most useful paraphernalia in the MCU. The above fan art imagines that it could also be used to potentially combine franchises, with Deadpool ending up in the DCEU — at least the franchise’s earlier iteration of it, since Cavill’s Superman is still supposedly active in that universe. In real life, his future remains as murky as ever.,The idea of an MCU/DCEU crossover has long been suggested by some comic book fans. Director James Gunn, who has worked with both Marvel Studios and DC Films, has expressed his own interest in seeing this actually pan out. The franchises’ respective budding multiverses can actually make this happen without having that much impact on their main continuities, but at this point, there’s just no concrete plan about this idea. That being said, the above fan art makes one wonder what would happen if the profane
Deadpool crossed paths with the DCEU’s serious Batman and Superman. That could make an interesting movie.,More: Deadpool 3 Can Make The First Movie’s Deleted MCU Connection Canon,Source: Erathrim/Instagram