Ryan Reynolds claims that Disney turned down his idea of ââa âDeadpoolâ crossover http://www.elpasoinc.com/ âBambiâ.
The 44-year-old actor presented the studio with a grim short film that would see his wise anti-hero alter ego interviewing the hunter who killed the deer’s mother in the animated classic – only to reveal he wasn’t looking for revenge. but that he was a huge fan of the man, but the concept was shot.
He told IGN, âI wanted to do a short film of Deadpool interviewing the hunter who killed Bambi’s mother.â But the bottom line is that Deadpool is actually just a big fan. He’s not questioning – he just wants to know how he could be the most hated Disney character in Disney history … and sure enough, Disney said, “Well I don’t think that’s going to happen one day. day.” “
After the pitch failed, Ryan came up with the idea of ââmaking a film with the character of ‘Thor’ Korg – who is played by Taika Waititi – in what became Deadpool‘s entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe ( MCU) and a promo clip for his other new film, ‘Free Guy’.
He added: âThen we got back to them – we wrote the Deadpool-Korg trackâ¦ and we sent it to them, and they said ‘yes!’.
“So my next call was to Taika [Waititi] and Taika was in it. He’s also in ‘Free Guy’ so it wasn’t that hard … Taika is a real genius so I was delighted to collaborate with him as that kind of character. “
âDeadpool 3â is currently in the works, with the writers of âBob’s Burgers,â the Molyneux sisters – Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin and Wendy Molyneux – writing a screenplay for the latest R-rated adventure.
‘Deadpool’ creator Rob Liefeld previously criticized Marvel for delaying the film.
The 53-year-old comic book creator suggested that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) had neglected the franchise since acquiring the rights to the character after Disney bought 21st Century Fox.
He said in May: âI blame Marvelâ¦ blame Marvel that it hasn’t happened yet.
“They are the reason it doesn’t happen. Whatever the puzzle or it doesn’t fit into your master plan, just order it. Okay, order it.”
He also admitted that he lacks “faith” in Marvel and believes the rude superhero does not fit into the MCU, which focuses on family films.