Deadpool 3 Writers Offer Update On Script Under Disney’s Supervision

Deadpool 3 writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick offer an update on the script and what’s it’s like working under Disney’s supervision. After making his debut in the much-maligned 
X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Ryan Reynolds’ beloved Deadpool was rebooted in 2016, with the film earning positive reviews from both audiences and critics. The film’s success at the box office led to 
Deadpool 2 getting the green light, a film that proved similarly successful both in terms of critical reception and box-office revenue.,The first two 
Deadpool films were made while the cinematic rights to the X-Men characters were still with 20th Century Fox. With Disney’s acquisition of the studio in 2019, many fans wondered whether
 there would be a place for Reynolds’ titular character in the MCU. Thankfully, it’s since been confirmed that not only is 
Deadpool 3 in the works, but the film will once more be rated R, with both Reese and Wernick returning to pen the script after writing the first two. Despite the recent confirmations, the question still remains about how Deadpool will fit into the MCU outside of his upcoming solo-film, especially with all other Disney Marvel films being aimed at family audiences.,Related: Deadpool 3 Update Avoids The Most Obvious (& Fatal) Disney Error,In a new interview with 
Discussing Film, Reese and Wernick provide an update on the script and how work is progressing under Disney’s watchful eye. Reese explains that Disney has been very ”
hands-off and supportive” throughout the whole process, and that he and Wernick have been given free rein to develop their original vision, maintaining the same tone as the original films. Overall, they say the experience has been ”
a blast.” Check out Reese’s full comment below:,With Disney’s MCU films all either carrying a PG or PG-13 rating, 
Deadpool 3 will be Marvel’s first R-rated superhero venture. Many fans are understandably skeptical about what Disney will and will not allow in the next installment of the historically raunchy franchise, but Reese’s comment would suggest that, at least in the script stage, they’ve had to make no concessions to any Disney executives. With the success of the first two 
Deadpool movies and the passionate fanbase those films have created, it would seem that Disney is keen to not make too many changes, potentially sullying the final film and earning backlash from fans.,It remains to be seen how Disney will handle the release of 
Deadpool 3. The film is, after all, going to be very different from the family-friendly entertainment many have come to expect from the House of Mouse. With many questions remaining about
Deadpool 3 in general, it’s also unclear how any team-up movies will work between Reynolds’ character and other MCU heroes. While audiences likely still have quite a while to wait before the film actually goes into production, the writers’ most recent update is certainly good news for those looking forward to another violent, raunchy, and uncompromised 
Deadpool adventure.,More: Deadpool 3’s Story Tease Is The Perfect Way To Bring Him Into The MCU,Source: Discussing Film