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Btw I personally like Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool but I’m curious to see what u guys think
Firstly, no, the X-Men Origins: Wolverine Wade Wilson wasn't erased because he was born before 1973. The Deadpool from the Deadpool film series is not the same character.
•He is not a mutant. He had dormant genes, but he wasn't born a mutant like the original.
•The revised timeline version of Weapon 11 was killed in 1979. No, Deadpool can't travel to different timelines, only create them.
•Wade Wilson isn't 60 in the Deadpool films. I suppose you could use the Year of the Dog reference to say the Deadpool series is in the 1990s and he's 40-50, but if he was a mutant in 1973, unless triggered after Days of Future Past, he'd be a mutant in 1996, and he isn't.
An explanation for this is easy, though I wouldn't put it in articles as it's essentially a theory. Wade Wilson is the son of Wade Wilson.
Wade Jr. mentions that his father left when he was young, pahaps forced to join Strikers team.
Wade Jr. has got mutant genes but they lay dormant. In X2: X-Men United, it is explained that the males pass on the X-Gene. Pahaps Wade Sr. passed on the X-Gene to his non-mutant son, which is triggered in the film Deadpool.
Wade has a hatred of his father. This would explain why he kills him with time travel.
While the majority of X-Men Origins: Wolverine didn't occur in the Revised Timeline, theres no reason to believe that an alternate version of it happened. Pahaps Wolverine had his Adamantium in 1979 and the Three Mile Island incident occurred without Cyclops and he was captured again, breaking out in 1983, or a completely different confrontation of Wade and Logan occurred after 1983 with similar dialogue.
Either Deadpool had a healing factor-suppressing bullet or Weapon 11 has no healing factor.
Angel from X-Men: Apocalypse was born before 1973 so he must have co-exist with Angel from X-Men: The Last Stand. Pahaps they're related or just have the same power.
The one thing I personally hate about all the X-men movies is the cursing, to me superhero and supervillains “Do not curse because they were all originally created just for kids and children and the cursing makes it not the same anymore, someone out their should agree with me on this opinion. And “Deadpool” was definitely an example of what a mean be a superhero for kids curing all the time.
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I was just looking through the page on Stryker’s computer mutant list and realised FRANKLIN RICHARDS is on the list!
If you don’t know who he is, he is the son of Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman of the Fantastic Four in the comics! His powers are basically omnipotence and a level of telekinesis superior to Scarlet Witch and Phoenix.
I think at one time Fox attempted to make the 2015 Fantastic 4 exist inside their universe, but that fell apart. Maybe they were trying to plant seeds for that F4, X-Men and Daredevil crossover I think they planned?
At the very least, there might be an unpowered Reed and Sue in the Fox universe.
Maybe if they use the Fox X-Men to introduce Mutants in the MCU, they could use this older Franklin to pretend he has come from the future to help, when really he is trying to steal MCU Franklin’s power (like in the comic storyline).
If you haven’t heard the supposed leak, Cosmic Wonder recently made a video on a Deadpool kills the X-Men universe introduction to the MCU, so maybe there is some fun in store!
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So, you guys know that Time Travel device from Deadpool 2?. The one that Cable and Deadpool used to travel through time?. Can that device only travel through time or, can it also travel to other universes?. Because Deadpool used it to travel to the real world to kill his actor, Ryan Reynolds. And, I know this isn’t canon but in the Hishe video, How Deadpool 2 SHOULD have ended, Deadpool used the Time Travel Device to travel to the MCU to snatch the Infinity Gauntlet from Thor before he could ACCIDENTALLY, wipe out ALL the villains. So, what does this mean?. Time Travel Device or, Multiversal Travel Device?. You guys tell me down below, comment, and please like this.
Okay for those of you who are comic book fans, do any of you know that one comic, “Deadpool Kills Everyone”?. If you do, just hear me out. Okay so this story is similar to that but, instead of Deadpool killing EVERYONE, he just travels to every universe and takes out the most powerful beings in that verse. This Deadpool is the Deadpool from the Deadpool movies. This one knows about his comic book counterpart but, instead of killing everyone to reach the original universe(our universe), he decides to travel to every universe (to show people he’s not the Gag character everyone makes him out to be) and kill the bad powerful characters in that verse. He also gathers gadgets, devices, weapons, AND, steals peoples powers. (Note:He doesn’t fully steal their powers but steals a sample of their DNA, energy, or replicates their gadgets. Just FYI) He stays in the shadows not being seen, and helps the good guys because it’s in his nature and he thinks, “Screw the writers!!!!!!” I’m the good guy, and people should start seeing that.!” But, what do you guys think?. Good idea or, not?. Please comment down below, tell me, and please like this.
I’ve built up a head-canon that explains all the timeline inconsistencies in X-Men movies I am aware of. I challenge the fandom to throw some more obscure ones at me to see if they are truly impossible or not.
(P.S. I won’t talk about character ageing, that’s just a design flaw)
Although I do have a good theory for the alternate Deadpool...
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