Disney Moving Forward With ‘Deadpool 3’ & Has Found New Writers!

We finally got some news regarding Deadpool 3, and it’s great news! Disney is finally moving forward with Deadpool 3 and with new writers. The writers are the Molyneux sisters, Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin, who are known for the popular TV series Bob Burgers!

Here’s what Deadline had to say:

Writer meetings have been taking place over the past month with Reynolds recently meeting with a handful of writers to hear their pitches for the next installment. In the end, the studio and Reynolds saw the sisters’ take as the perfect fit for what they wanted. The film remains in early development, but the hiring of the Molyneux sisters does mark the first major step in getting the next Deadpool film into production.

The film is still to be rated R, so if you’re worried about a PG rating, don’t be. Getting the Molyneux sisters is genius, and I can’t wait to see their vision working on Deadpool. At the rate we’re going, we’re probably going to see Deadpool 3 in 2022.

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Disney Moving Forward With ‘Deadpool 3’ & Has Found New Writers!

We finally got some news regarding Deadpool 3, and it’s great news! Disney is finally moving forward with Deadpool 3 and with new writers. The writers are the Molyneux sisters, Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin, who are known for the popular TV series Bob Burgers! Here’s what Deadline had to say: Writer meetings have been taking place over the … Continue reading Disney Moving Forward With ‘Deadpool 3’ & Has Found New Writers!

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