A few weeks ago, fans of the ‘Deadpool‘ received a pleasant surprise after Shawn Levy (‘The Adam Project’) has been hired to helm the next anti-hero film.
And it looks like the actress Bella Throne (‘The Nanny’) is interested in playing Lady Deadpool in the sequel.
For those who don’t know, the character is a female version of Bullseye named Wanda Wilson, originally from Earth-3010.
First introduced in 2010, it was created by Victor Gischler e Rob Liefeld in the 7th issue of the comics ‘Deadpool: Merc with a Mouth’.
It all started with a joke a few years ago when fans of the actress said she was perfect for the role.
In an interview with the journalist Josh Wieldingthe star was asked if she would go for the idea, to which she replied:
“Yes, superheroes are definitely fun. Personal! I’m here, you can call me! I love action movies. I even know how to do acrobatics and everything. It’s always a lot of fun when I do that kind of thing on sets because I feel capable of doing anything besides acting. And Deadpool is my favorite comic book character. He’s so cheeky and who doesn’t love the Ryan Reynolds? He was just born for this role.”
“What I love about ‘Deadpool’ it’s that realism mixed with elements of the comics. He dialogues with today, you know? At the same time it’s fanciful like superheroes. I love this shit. It’s like ‘The Boys‘. I love this series too.”
Check out the interview:
So, do you support Thorne as the female version of Deadpool?
For a while ‘Deadpool 3‘ does not yet have a premiere date.
Recently, Reynolds took to Twitter and joked that the production will be “a little more violent” than the previous films of Levy.
The third film in my Shawn Levy trilogy will be a tad more stabby. pic.twitter.com/ofBrFyaRsv
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 11, 2022
The script is up to the sisters Wendy Molyneux e Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglinwho are best known for their work on the animated series ‘Bob’s Burgers‘.
The project will likely be for adults – just like the two previous films – but the information has not yet been confirmed.
In total, the first two films grossed more than a billion and a half at the worldwide box office.