On Sunday (February 13), a new trailer for the film, titled Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, has been released. In it, it was revealed that Patrick Stewart Charles Xavier’s X-Men Characters Will Appearalso suggested the introduction of Advanced Iron Man.
Xavier’s appearance in the trailer has revealed the arrival of a secret society known as the Illuminati, which also includes the Fantastic Four’s Reed Richards, who is slated to be played by John Krasinski.
However, it was a small detail on the poster that led to the theory of the inclusion of Deadpool, which Reynolds has now addressed.
Talking to DiversityReynolds, 45, said he “shouldn’t really say anything,” but told the outlet: “I’m not really in the movie.”
Reynolds later stated, “I’m promising – I’m not in the movie,” adding that Deadpool 3 “It’s come to an end”.
Reynolds announced a break from acting in November 2021 so he can spend more time with his family.
After finishing work on a Christmas movie called Morale, the actor wrote on Instagram. “Not sure I was ready to say yes to a challenging film like this even three years ago. The perfect time to have some respite after a movie. “
In January 2021, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that Deadpool would be introduced to the MCU, although details on when this will happen remain unclear.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released on May 6, 2022. Reynolds’ new Netflix series Project Adam will be released on March 11.
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