Disney decided to proceed with Deadpool 3 production on schedule despite the WGA writers strike, and now it has deal with the repercussions. The most significant of these is that Ryan Reynolds will not be allowed to improvise or ad-lib lines in any way while the highly anticipated next movie in the franchise is being filmed.

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Speaking off-the-cuff and R-rated riffing have contributed to Reynolds’ (and Disney/Marvel’s) success as the Deadpool character, but he will now be required to adhere to the script verbatim in order for the studio to avoid breaking Writers Guild of America strike regulations.

A lot is riding on the release of Deadpool 3, which will reunite Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine and Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool and serve as the official entry point for the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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In other words, there are great expectations, and preventing Reynolds from giving his all raises grave worries for Marvel fans. Although Ryan Reynolds is listed as a co-writer on the Deadpool 3 script, there is some hope that some of his spontaneous one-liners may have previously been drafted for production before the WGA strike began. Disney appears to have planned for many possible outcomes of the WGA strike.

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Additionally, perhaps a somewhat more subdued Deadpool won’t be as obvious as feared given that it has already been said that the movie will strongly emphasize the Wolverine portion of the plot.

Since Deadpool 3 is expected to be released in November 2024, the studio seems to have faced pressure to maintain production on track. Fans of Ryan Reynolds and the series will likely be hoping that Deadpool will be able to use a new superpower in this one: adhering to the script.