T.J. Miller doesn't think Deadpool 3 is a wise decision. The actor shared his opinions on the franchise while promoting his hot sauce in a new interview. Ever since Disney took over Fox, the future of the Deadpool franchise has been a giant question mark. We were supposed to see the X-Force movie first, but it's not clear if that movie is still happening. Ryan Reynolds has met with Marvel Studios, but it's been assumed he was meeting to talk about Deadpool 3.
We haven't heard about the X-Force movie in quite some time. T.J. Miller believes that the movie is still in development and reveals that he will not be involved. It should be noted that we have yet to hear anything official about the movie from Marvel Studios. T.J. Miller had this to say about his involvement in X-Force and a possible Deadpool 3.
"You know they don't have -- they are doing X-Force, so Deadpool the character and Cable, I think, and some of the other characters went in there in X-Force and there are just now so many characters in that world that there wasn't really room for me to do X-Force. And so, because they're doing X-Force, they haven't decided if they want to do Deadpool 3. And to be honest, I almost would rather they didn't."
T.J. Miller then went on to explain why he thinks the idea of a Deadpool 3 is a bad idea. The comedian's opinion is more than likely not one shared amongst fans who are anxiously awaiting the return of Wade Wilson and friends. However, Miller does bring up a good point. He explains.
"Here's why. The Hangover 2 was a lot of fun. The Hangover 3 felt like a cash grab... I think Deadpool 2, we knocked it out of the park. I really think it ended up being great, and I was worried about that. So what if Deadpool 3 is eh? Then you just kind of look at the whole thing and that's the one (that ruins it)?"
Deadpool 3 could be the one to ruin everything, but it also has the chance to be the best installment at the same time. Ryan Reynolds, Rhett Reese, and Paul Wernick seem to know what they're doing at this point and are probably already planning what the highly anticipated threequel will look like. While T.J. Miller has a point, this isn't the Hangover franchise that we're talking about here.
There were calls to remove T.J. Miller from Deadpool after his sexual assault allegations became public news. The comedian also found himself in the headlines after he made a false bomb threat on a crowded train and again when he assaulted an Uber driver. Plus, there were the allegations of being a bully on the set of Silicon Valley. Deadpool 3 is happening, but it's not clear if Miller will be involved at this point in time. The interview with Miller was originally conducted by The Adam Corolla Show.