The creator of Deadpool talks about the third movie and the Cable spinoff

Rob Liefeld talks about Deadpool 3 and why he believes that a solo Cable Movie is something that needs to happen.

The creator of Deadpool, Rob Liefeld, has addressed the possibility that there is no Deadpool 3, while commenting that it is a great idea to do a spinoff of Cable and what FOX had planned for the movie X-Force which is now totally ruled out.

Rob Liefeld He's been extremely outspoken in recent months when it comes to the future of the Deadpool franchise, but while no one really knows how much he contributed creatively, the impression is drawn from his words that he was a key part of the process.

He believes that the third installment will not happen now that the film rights belong to Marvel Studios.

"You know what? There may not be another Deadpool, and I'm fine, ”he said in a recent interview. “Because I have to live with the fact that I had two amazing experiences, two movies that I'm extremely proud of, I love meeting everyone in those movies. I love Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Zazie Beets, David Leitch, and Tim Miller. All of them".

“The work they did was fantastic, these Deadpool movies are here to stand the test of time. You know, but in the world we live in, nothing is guaranteed. And it takes a lot to make movies. "

Liefeld went on to explain why he feels the Cable character played by Josh Brolin deserves to have their own spin-off at some point.

"It can exist independently of Deadpool in the blink of an eye. It has for years. If Deadpool has been in 330 comics, Cable has been in about 520. Yes, I have counted it. In the production of Deadpool 2 I coincided a lot with Josh. And I was very excited to explore Cable in the aftermath. "

He ended by commenting on how the X-Force story that never made it to theaters was going to be. "The independent X-Force movie was focused on Cable."

For now they have not officially confirmed Deadpool 3, but it seems that they will make the film, since Ryan Reynolds has met with the president of Marvel studiosKevin Feige to talk about the character's future. | Movies, comics and series