The success of Deadpool’ spawned a sequel that raked in millions at the box office and raised the popularity of direct actor Ryan Reynolds. Obviously, we are forgiven for demanding a third Deadpool film. But, filmmaker Rob Liefield is confident it will be a long, long wait until we see that the merc-mouth crap our screens again. Before this season, Liefield had expressed doubt about the film and transferred the blame. His remarks were met with massive backlash, and an irritated Liefield had to clarify this week, his statements.
“Can I understand that there isn’t any movement onto Deadpool 3′ right now? I understand that. Yes,” Liefeld told io9. “And does that worry me? No. Not at all. What I did was I answered a question. And this week, what I learned is a lie. Tell people what’s lollipop and unicorns and rainbows, and you’ll be better off because people wish to be lied to. Simply because a guy goes,’Yeah, We are moving ‘, that is code for there is nothing to see here.'”
While he had been upset with his words had been framed, he does stand by what he states as he believes that the absence of Deadpool’s information ought to be blamed, Marvel. This is not something poisonous, but logical, he highlights. “No matter everything inside standpoint I might have, what I do understand is that until a film is put on a schedule, it is not taken seriously,” he said. “And what people don’t like is I have assessed the program for the next, give or take, five decades, and I do not see’Deadpool’ onto it. [So] I don’t see that it may arrive earlier than that.”
Comic Book Creator Rob Liefield attends FOX and FX’s 2017 Golden Globe Awards after-party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 8, 2017, at Beverly Hills, California (Getty Images)
After’Avengers:’ Endgame,’ Marvel had an elaborate strategy. This strategy was set up before Disney bought Fox, which resulted in the purchase of other X-Men and Deadpool. The program became convoluted after the accession of Disney +, which is Liefield considers that his statement was not supposed to vilify Disney by almost any means’ creative output.
Contemplating ‘Deadpool’ was the Fox superhero movie that does pulling the weight, this indefinite stalling Deadpool 3′ will seem to be the last nail in the coffin for the Fox superhero films. What began with the first’ X-Men’ film in 2000, with a stellar cast of Hugh Jackman Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan, had a miserable end. There were renewed hope with-Men:’ First Class’ and’X-Men: Days Of Future Past,’ as we saw variations of Magneto and Xavier, played by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender.
But again, the next movie in the trilogy collapsed, and there was a sense of devastation after-Men:’ Apocalypse’ and Dark Phoenix.’ The film did a severe disservice to the iconic comic storylines, as they were fragmented, disjointed, and well, a mess. The Apocalypse, who would obliterate his enemies, was decreased to providing haircuts and being conquered. The animated series had given a more eerie insight into the character, as compared to this film.
Jean Grey’s compelling phoenix storyline has never been given the treatment it deserves in films. Regrettably, ‘Dark Phoenix’ made fans fondly remember’X-Men: The Last Stand,’ another movie that had butchered the Phoenix saga, but maybe not as seriously as the Sophie Turner film. Let’s see how’ The New Mutants’ ends and if the Fox superhero films are propelled by it back in their hall of fame.