Recently, Deadpool author Rob Liefeld sat down for an interview with Collider wherein he presented some updates on the potential of Deadpool 3 and a standalone Cable film. Understandably, he wasn’t ready to mention whether or not both challenge has been given the golf green gentle, taking into account the truth that films were placed on indefinite cling. But he stresses that if a Deadpool sequel by no means occurs, he’s already more than pleased with the flicks we were given.
“You know what? There may not be another Deadpool, and I’m fine. Because I have to live with the fact that I had two amazing experiences, two movies I’m extremely proud of, I love knowing everybody on those movies. I love Ryan [Reynolds], Josh [Brolin], Zazie [Beets], David [Leitch], Tim Miller. All of them. The work they did was fantabulous, those movies are here to stand the test of time. You know, but in the world we live in, nothing is guaranteed. And it takes a lot to make movies. And post-quarantine, it’s weird.”
Liefeld additionally gave an replace on the potential of Josh Brolin’s Cable getting his personal derivative franchise, declaring that the nature has existed one by one from the Deadpool universe and has a protracted historical past with the quite a lot of X-Men titles.
“Cable should have his own movie series. He can exist independent of Deadpool in a heartbeat. He has for years. If Deadpool’s been in like 330 comics, Cable’s been in about 520. Yes, I’ve counted…. In between Deadpool 2 wrapping and opening, I got really close with Josh. And he was very excited about exploring Cable in the subsequent sequels. The X-Force standalone movie that was, in his own words, Cable-centric.”
Finally, Liefeld stocks a couple of ideas at the unproduced Deadpool; The Animated Series, which was once intended to debut on FXX with Donald Glover as showrunner. However, the community in the end made up our minds to not transfer ahead with the collection, bringing up ingenious variations with Glover.
“What I don’t really understand is, given the audience, why isn’t there a Deadpool cartoon yet? Like, I don’t understand that. Right? … That was a gut punch.”
You can watch all of the clip under, and keep tuned to Collider for the overall interview. For extra comedian guide information, take a look at our score of Every Comic Book Movie from the 2010s.