Avengers: Infinity War is making huge waves with its grand opening and in the past week it has already broken many records.
While we all know how huge of a franchise Avengers is for Marvel, there is another series under Marvel which, over the past few years, has made a name for itself – Deadpool.
While we all know Deadpool has a huge fan following of itself, the new member of the Marvel team now wants to cash in on its success and join the Avengers team.
Initially, there were reports that the masked superhero might be joining the mutants X-Men series but it now seems he is more interested in joining earth’s mightiest heroes than be an “X-Men”.
Deadpool aka actor Ryan Reynolds recently took to Twitter and congratulating the Avengers team for the massive success.
But that was only the beginning as the masked superhero also shared a fake rejection letter from none other than the Avengers.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 29, 2018
While this might be a hint for future Avengers team, one would not be surprised if all this is a joke as Deadpool is known to be a prankster.
Interestingly just like Deadpool, actor Ryan Reynolds who plays his charter is also known for his jokes and pranks. In the past, he has congratulated Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) after her film “Wonder Woman” toppled the box office record of Deadpool.
He then went on to interrupt the birthday video of “Wolverine” actor “Hugh Jackman” and now that Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” has topped the previous box office record, he has gone on to congratulate the Avengers team while sharing a picture of a “rejection letter” from none other than Iron Man – Tony Stark.
For fans unfamiliar with the Marvel characters, Deadpool and the Avengers are both Marvel comic characters, but Deadpool has been licensed by 20th Century Fox studios. Thus both Deadpool and X-Men universe is different universe compared to Marvel.
But what’s interesting to note is that Disney (home of Marvel Cinematic Universe) has now acquired FOX and thus there is now a big chance that we might get to see Deadpool and Avengers together on the big screen even if that is not the case in the comic book series.
Deadpool 2 will hit the theaters in May with the film featuring characters from the “X-Men” universe.