With the recent release of Doctor Strange 2, there have been discussions of some appearances that didn’t make the final cut of the film.
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe multiverse torn apart, the new film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It was rumored to feature many Marvel Comic characters, with some of the characters being Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Tom Cruise’s Iron Man, and Ryan Reynolds‘ Deadpool.
With Tobey Maguire and Tom Cruise’s cameos seeming a bit out there due to actors working on other projects, the only one that seems to have happened is Ryan Reynolds‘ appearance, as his character has already been confirmed. is heading to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film’s head writer, Michael Waldron, recently discussed some behind-the-scenes details that went into creating the film which managed to gross over $700 million worldwide in its first two weekends. only in theaters. Waldron revealed that a Deadpool crossover almost became a reality, but the executive’s decision not to include him in the film was made because “it didn’t look right”.
Fans began to speculate that the anti-hero would be heading to the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the release of the film’s poster, which was released around the world alongside the film’s official trailer. during the Super Bowl in February. As fans closed in and began to dissect the poster, many thought they could see Reynold’s Deadpool hiding in the art. Following this, Reynold publicly denied his attachment to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessbut with many Marvel guest appearances turned down in the past by actors who showed up in the movies, many simply thought he was telling a white lie so as not to spoil the film.
However, as the movie hit theaters on May 6, Deadpool was nowhere to be seen in the movie and not even in a post-credits scene much to the dismay of many fans of Reynold’s quirky antihero. More information has since emerged, and according to The Direct, Reynolds was meant to appear in the film’s post-credits and the scene was even filmed but was ultimately cut, as the film went through a lot of construction before its release date – even a few covers were made.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed what role Deadpool was set to play in the film after the credits roll, The Direct believe it’s possible he could have helped Campbell out of the trance that Strange placed him in. start of the movie. However, the film’s final credit scene included another MCU debut, that of Charlize Theron’s Clea, as she approached Doctor Strange with her third eye open to help repair an incursion he had caused during the time he spent battling the Scarlet Witch by Elizabeth Olsen/Wanda Maximoff. in several universes.
Although Reynolds’ Deadpool does not appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Deadpool 3 is on the way and the adventures of fan favorite Wade Wilson are set to continue and hopefully sooner rather than later he will be traveling the vast world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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