T. J. Miller Hints At Not Wanting To Work In Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool 3
Superhero movies rarely ever (or maybe never) revolve around a character being explicitly bold and foul-mouthed. When it comes to Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds definitely set a bar differently for superhero movies. Both, Deadpool and its 2018 sequel did wonder on the box-office. The main question here is, will there be a third addition to the franchise (Deadpool 3)? If there is a third addition, T J Miller thinks that the studio would have to force him to work in it.
T. J. Miller Thinks Deadpool 3 Will Be a Bad Idea
The former Silicon Valley actor went candid on this recent interview with HeroicHollywood. He talked about Deadpool 3 and whether he would be interested in working in it. While Miller has already a signed contract with Marvel Studios, his reasons for not having a 3rd addition to Deadpool franchise are different.
The actor believes that a continuous sequel might ruin the entire franchise. In his podcast with Adam Carolla, T J Miller, who plays the role of Weasel in Deadpool, said the following:
“I’d almost would rather that they didn’t…Deadpool 2, we knocked it out of the park.” He continued, saying, “What if Deadpool 3 is… eh?”
On the other hand, Miller also added that a new Deadpool might not be the greatest decision by Marvel Studios. That is, with respect to the recent purchase of the production house by Disney. Given that Disney is a family-friendly organization, Deadpool might lose its truest essence if created under a new umbrella. Of course, with a production house releasing heartwarming, family-friendly films like Big Hero 6, Deadpool would be the polar opposite.
Miller added that if asked, he would continue being a part of Deadpool.
“Of course. If they want me to do a Deadpool 3, I’m going to. I’m under contract.”
However, at the moment there are no such talks and Miller hopes they don’t happen in the future as well.
T J Miller rose to fame due to his role in the famous series Silicon Valley. He was removed from the show due to sexual assault allegations, which the actor denied.