Deadpool 3 Set Restrictions Leave Ryan Reynolds Creatively Stifled and Frustrated: What’s Going On Behind the Scenes?

Deadpool: The Anti-Hero who Won the Hearts of Millions

Since 2016, the film by super-hero Dead Pool brought a breath of fresh air to the genre. Far from the heroic behavior seen and re-examined in the cinema, this anti-hero greatly pleased the public thanks to son sarcastic humor that dares to break the fourth wall regularly, speaking directly to viewers. What’s more, he appeared for the first time in 2009 in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but was not at all unanimous, especially with his sewn mouth which did not allow him to speak… Which is a shame for such a talkative character. The producers have thus reclaimed this anti-hero by offering him films entirely devoted to his overflowing personality.

The Deadpool Films are Now Available on Disney+

If you ever want to watch the Deadpool feature films again, they are both available on Disney+! It is also an opportunity for those who have never watched these films to take the plunge if they are subscribed to the platform concerned.

No Improvisation on the Set of Deadpool 3

Ryan Reynolds is particularly involved in son character Deadpool, which he will embody for a third film, and it is not uncommon to see him improvise on set. Indeed, he is also considered one of the screenwriters of the Deadpool films, having greatly contributed to the first, and was credited as such after the release of the second.

However, an event disrupts his creativity: the scriptwriters’ strike. The new strike rules state that it is no longer authorized to modify a screenplay element of a film in any way, even during filming. The strike began around the same time as the filming of Deadpool 3, and it will likely be difficult for Ryan Reynolds to add any off-the-cuff lines of humorous dialogue related to what’s going on around the character. In any case, this third part will see the light of day in November 2024, which leaves some time before seeing if this strike really had an impact on this film.