Marvel Prepares for a Multiversal Adventure in “Deadpool & Wolverine”

by Barbara

Marvel Studios is gearing up for a highly anticipated return to theaters this summer with “Deadpool and Wolverine,” the third installment in the irreverent Deadpool franchise that promises to integrate the Merc with a Mouth into the expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Set against the backdrop of the ongoing Multiverse Saga, the film is expected to unite multiple fandoms with its multiversal plot, marking Deadpool’s first official foray into the MCU. Scheduled five years after its predecessor, “Deadpool and Wolverine” is poised to be a pivotal title in Marvel’s cinematic lineup, promising not only the signature humor and action fans have come to expect but also significant tie-ins to the MCU’s broader narrative arcs.


Anticipation is high, with speculation rife about cameo appearances from both familiar MCU faces and characters from Fox’s X-Men film series. Despite earlier rumors suggesting a cameo by Taylor Swift, sources indicate that such an appearance is no longer in the cards.


Another rumor making the rounds involved Walker Scobell, star of Disney Plus’ hit series “Percy Jackson and the Olympians,” possibly portraying Kidpool in the upcoming film. However, Scobell recently clarified during an appearance at Superhero Comic-Con in San Antonio, Texas, that he will not be involved in “Deadpool and Wolverine.” Addressing eager fans, Scobell expressed his excitement as a viewer, hinting that while he is not currently part of the project, circumstances could change in the future.


Speculation surrounding Scobell’s casting gained traction due to his previous collaboration with Ryan Reynolds in the Netflix film “The Adam Project,” where he played a younger version of Reynolds’ character. The chemistry between the two actors fueled excitement about the possibility of Scobell portraying Kidpool, a variant of Deadpool from the multiverse. However, despite earlier denials to and subsequent fan theories, it appears that Scobell will not be donning the red suit in this installment.

While Scobell’s absence from “Deadpool and Wolverine” is confirmed for now, the dynamic between actors and potential future collaborations remain topics of interest among fans. With “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” gaining rapid popularity on Disney Plus and a second season on the horizon, Scobell’s career continues to ascend, leaving the door open for future opportunities within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

As Marvel Studios prepares for the release of “Deadpool and Wolverine,” slated as its sole major cinematic offering in 2024, fans can expect a blend of humor, action, and multiversal intrigue that promises to expand the MCU’s narrative horizons while delivering on the irreverent charm of its titular characters.

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