Although the Marvel Cinematic Universe may be known for its familiar demeanor and white image, as per Disney branding, a change is on the horizon as Deadpool is set (eventually) with the world’s most powerful heroes. Earth. After both of his R-rated films dominated the box office, Deadpool officially fell under the reins of Mickey Mouse.
As fans waited patiently for Ryan Reynolds to return to the role of Wade Wilson, a fan theory outlined how David Leach’s ‘Deadpool 2’ actually gives the mercenary a break down the fourth wall incompatible with the MCU. Ironically, it is based on the complex ‘Avengers: Endgame’ story of Joe and Anthony Russo.
Posted on Reddit, MCU Fan You / Junius highlighted the moment in ‘Deadpool 2’ when the cable from Titular Antiro and Josh Brolin succeeded in changing the past. The film takes place when Cable tries to kill Russell Collins (Julian Dennison) before he grows up to become a Villain firefish and kills Cable’s family.
When Cable arrives at the scene, he is armed with his cybernetic arm, a heavy arsenal of weapons, and a burnt-out teddy bear that belonged to his dead daughter. Deadpool accomplishes to successfully transform Russell before he becomes the great evil of Cable’s apocalyptic expectation. The cable’s future is altered and the burned bear returns to normalcy.
And that? This is in direct contradiction to the explicit rules of time travel in ‘Endgame’. In one of the film’s most intense scenes, Tilda Swinton’s character Bruce Banner explains how time travel creates an alternate timeline rather than affecting the future. According to ‘Endgame’, the ‘Deadpool 2’ time travel hack is in direct contradiction to the MCU.
Junius writes, “Such influences were explicitly rejected in Avengers: Endgame. So Deadpool exists in a different reality with different natural laws, not just a different timeline.”
It is no secret that ‘Endgame’ played boldly with time travel. Despite poking fun at the flaws of ‘Back to the Future’, MCU’s 21st film merged with its time travel paradox. Even Rosso does not appear to agree with writers Christopher Marcus and Stephen McFeely about how the film’s complex time travel rules actually work.
Deadpool 2 works in the same vein as ‘Back to the Future’ and laughs at the idea that Marty McFly’s photography shifts due to his focus on the past. Of course, the problem of ‘Deadpool 2’ can be easily explained in 3 Deadpool 3 ‘: Wade Wilson is known to the audience for his many gestures, meaning that a simple line-of-tongue-in-cheek dialogue position. Can improve.
Despite being near ‘Avengers: Endgame’, critics have made no secret of the sometimes confusing laws of time travel during Universal Travel. It seems that Captain America’s last-minute decision to stay in the past could have some terrible consequences and potentially set the Marvel Multiverse in motion. Although some may find it disappointing, the whole idea of a multiverse would give Deadpool a good introduction.
Like its comic book counterpart, Deadpool is better known for its cartoon antics than the rest of the MCU. Apart from the R-rated kind of the franchise in usual, the entire Wilson dynamic is much distinct from the normally serious MCU.
In both of his films, Deadpool has often poked fun in the absence of the X-Men, leading to the memorable ‘Deadpool 2’ cameo of ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’. If ‘Deadpool 3’ prefers to administer with the time travel problem, it could comfortably complete with one of the character’s many meta-comments. In another scenario, ‘Deadpool 3′ is likely to explain why Cable looks like Thanos …
Fans eagerly await the arrival of Fox assets such as Fantastic Four and X-Men, raising the possibility that Reynolds’ portrayal of Deadpool is the sole survivor of the Disney merger. As ‘Deadpool 3’ continues, fans probably won’t see it again on their screens for some time.
Kevin Feige has already reduced the arrival of the X-Men before 2025, which means that Reynolds may have forgotten the time travel issues of ‘Deadpool 2’ when he danced his Spandex once again.