A new installment of Deadpool is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Merc with a Mouth, played by Ryan Reynolds, will get a third film and (possibly) to play in an all-new universe as Deadpool 3 is currently in development at Miracle Studios. The film is an incredibly exciting development for both comedians and film fans. So, which villain from the comics should Wade Wilson take on in the third film?
Deadpool landing in the MCU is still surprising. The R-rated hero was one of the few Marvel Fox characters acquired in the Disney merger that would seemingly survive without significant changes or being re-molded — all of which were welcome for Reynolds in the surprising role and the first two Deadpool films K box office returns are not considered. The popularity of Deadpool kept the franchise alive. Joining the MCU means the Deadpool villain roster will expand significantly. Here are five villains that can appear in Deadpool 3.
While it would be fantastic to see Reynold’s Deadpool take on Hugh Jackman Wolverine and explore their feud/bromance further, the ship seems to have long since departed on the possibility that Wolvie is in Logan right after the end. So, if they can’t do Wolverine, they might as well do the next best thing: Daken.
Daken is the son of Wolverine and Etsu. He has got similar abilities to his pops, including retractable claws, a quick healing factor, and supernatural physical characteristics. Deadpool will undoubtedly be disappointed to see Logan’s son and not Wolverine himself as his chief antagonist. There are many abilities for comedy and action, with Dakan taking on Deadpool. However, if Miracle wanted a new version of Wolverine, starting Daken would probably pose more questions than answers.
The evil Deadpool may look like a gimmick villain at first glance, but he is the Frankenstein monster of the Deadpool universe.
In the comics, when Deadpool is institutionalized, she is treated by Dr. Ella Whitby, who soon falls in love with her. Wade realizes after not exchanging feelings, which is probably for the best. Whitby was collecting his body parts in his freezer from various battles of the protagonist. So, how does the evil Deadpool get into all this? Well, after Deadpool discovers his body parts in the freezer, he throws them in a garbage can. In the trash, Deadpool’s medical factor linked each piece to a new form: Evil Deadpool.
The body of Evil Deadpool, a scientific freak, is entirely inconsistent. He’s got two perfect weapons and can maneuver his body in unusual, disgusting ways. Deadpool hunting itself can be played with humor or to some degree of malice. Wade Wilson is trying to figure out what the hell the evil Deadpool is would be worth the price of admission. Even as a petty villain, the evil Deadpool can work.
If Miracle wants to swing for the fence, Deadpool will be a heck of a way to introduce Wade Wilson and the Mutants MCU, in the vicinity of Mr. Fearless, a face-off man against one of the biggest X men.
Mister suffers from frightening genetics and is not afraid to test his questions to a little mad science. The character is telepathic and has many physical and mental abilities. Bringing in Mr. Sinister could lay the foundation for the X-Men in the MCU. Also, if he is teased in Deadpool 2, bringing him into the fold will pay off both the past and the future of the franchise.
Cable and X-Force were brought into the fold in Deadpool 2, so bringing in Strife would make a lot of sense. Stryfe is a lousy clone of cable. When the original cable was a child, he became infected with a technical organic virus. He is sent to the future, where he is cloned and cured of the disease. However, Apocalypse eventually gets his hands on the clone and raises him as his own. The street becomes an anarchist and a terrorist.
The striker with Evil Deadpool would create an exciting duel between the evil counterparts and Cable and Deadpool. It would be fun to see two heroes taking on bad versions of themselves.
The most significant swing that Fences can take for Miracle is introducing Lady Death as the main villain in Deadpool 3. In the comics, Thanos’s motives are inspired by the living incarnation of Death, who has nothing to do with the insane Titan. However, Deadpool has much better luck with him. In the comics, Death, and Deadpool develop feelings for each other. With Thanos out of the way, endless possibilities are taking the character to Death. Also, Deadpool can joke about Josh Brolin playing Thanos and his lust for Death, not making it to the MCU.
He may be the villain that Deadpool literally cannot kick despite representing Death and chaos. It would be a bold decision to include him in Deadpool 3 considering he was not present in Avengers: MCU on the end game or date. Probably, another comic role is the right way to take the character. Regardless, MCU to the Death and seems ripe to show in Deadpool 3 will be a welcome curveball to showcase.
What makes Deadpool 3 so exciting is the almost limitless characters and a story that could be used to bring Wade Wilson to the Marvel cinematic universe. Instead of having a handful of villains to play with, Miracles can go any way they want — small, big, or insanely huge. No matter who is chosen for the villain of Deadpool 3, it is exciting to see the character MCU come. There’s tons of potential for him and X to grow with the rest of the Force Avengers. Who would you like to see as the main villain in Deadpool 3?
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