Now Deadpool on a space adventure in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 in a new fan art that also makes a compelling case for a Marvel crossover.
Deadpool is also now presumably poised to become the part of all-powerful MCU. just how the edgy character of the name Wade Wilson will be handled under the Disney umbrella in anyone’s guess, but the fans of the character are dreading that after two R-Rated Deadpool movies, the character will be now rendered PG-13 to mesh with the rest of the MCU.
It is of course, though the MCU now generally tends toward the family-friendly side of the things, there also might have been few instances where a more of raw approach has been allowed to creep in.
The very best example of a somewhat more of the adult MCU franchise is obviously Guardians of the Galaxy, which is the humorous sci-fi action series which is headed up by the writer/director James Gunn.
There is a little history of the Guardians-related crossover activity in the Marvel Universe, after we saw Thor teaming up with the characters to the memory effect in the Avengers: Infinity War. After the Thor’s effective teaming with the Guardians gang, the fans were then expecting more crossover action, with the actor or the character Thor possibly showing up in the third part of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Given Thor’s already-hokey, larger-than-life nature, there is also something which is natural about the character teaming up with the humorous Guardians. Then Deadpool, on the other hand, may not seem like such a good or perfect character to mix with the Guardians world.
Yes, we know that both the Deadpool and the Guardians franchises skew towards the humorous, but we also know that Deadpool is more about fourth-wall-breaking meta-humour while the Guardians humour is less joke-based and it is more character-oriented.