A sleuth Marvel fan recently found unused concept art from Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness featuring Deadpool and Cable.

@QuidVacuo_ recently shared an image of unused concept art from Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness in which one specific poster in the background featured both Deadpool and Cable. For those who haven’t seen the latest Doctor Strange installment, Strange travels between dimensions and visits alternate versions of New York City. The unused concept art stimulates the idea that in one of these alternate dimensions DP and Cable exist— opening the door for their entry into the MCU proper.

Original text: “¡Concept art de ‘DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS’ nos revela un universo donde Deadpool existía! Puedes ver posters en una de las ciudades.”

English translation:Concept art for ‘DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS’ reveals a universe where Deadpool existed!

You can see posters in one of the cities.”

Deadpool 3 is already being written and is confirmed to take place in the MCU. The writer recently assured fans that Disney is not pressuring them to tone the graphic nature of Deadpool down and that they are giving the writers full support.

One of its writers, Rhett Reese, has moved to assure fans that the forthcoming Deadpool 3 won’t become “Disney-fied.” While admitting that “there are differences” now as a result of Disney doing “things their own way,” he insisted that everyone has been “incredibly supportive.”

“They are gonna let Deadpool be Deadpool, you know?” Reese told The Playlist. “It’s not like any particular joke may be the one that they say, ‘you know, that’s too far,’ that could happen, but to this point, it’s been nothing but support.”

The screenwriter also said that Deadpool 3 will get an R-rating like the two previous films in the franchise. “They’re not gonna mess with the tone,” he added. “I mean, I’d never say never, I guess there’s an outside chance, but we’ve always been told it can be R-[rated], and we’re proceeding as if it’s R. We would like it to be R, we always have, so I don’t think that’ll change.”

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