Ryan Reynolds on Deadpool 3: 'A win for everyone involved'
Star says he's a huge fan of Marvel and its films and sees Disney's acquisition of Fox as "a good thing."
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3? Star Ryan Reynolds isn't quite sure of a timetable, but he's enthused about the eventual third film, even though family-friendly
is now in charge of the Merc with a Mouth.
"I'm a huge fan of
, and how they make movies," Reynolds told Total Film, as reported by CNET sister site ComicBook.com. "So when Disney bought
, I only saw that as a good thing. Deadpool hopefully being allowed to play in that sandbox, I think is just a win for everyone involved. But we'll certainly see."
Reynolds debuted the sassy superhero when 20th Century Fox controlled Marvel's X-Men characters, but in 2019, Disney acquired the giant media company. Many have wondered how an R-rated hero fits in with the princesses and castles of the Disney brand.
"It's just all so new with it being over at Marvel now, and, you know, figuring out the ins and outs as much as I can, from where I sit," Reynolds told Total Film. "We'll see."