Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers for Deadpool 3, have confirmed that the upcoming threequel will still use its trademark vulgarity despite being made by Disney's Marvel Studios.
Played to perfection by Ryan Reynolds, the wisecracking merc with a mouth originally made his less than stellar debut in 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Due to heavy criticism leveled at the character's portrayal in the film, Reese and Wernick were brought on board to help pen a spinoff film more true to the character's comic book origins.
the first Deadpool film was released in 2016 to a great deal of critical and commercial success, grossing over $782 million at the worldwide box office.
Following the release of the film's sequel in 2018, Disney completed the process of acquiring Fox Studios and with it, the rights to the Deadpool, X-Men, and Fantastic Four franchises.
Thankfully, not only are Marvel Studios seemingly being supportive of Deadpool 3 featuring the character's trademark vulgarity
With that concern seemingly being put to rest, fans will no doubt be keen to see what the fresh playground of the broader MCU may have in store for their favorite foul-mouthed mercenary.
Yet whatever the third film may hold in store for him, at least Marvel Studios will seemingly allow Deadpool to run his mouth as only he can.