Patrick Stewart Reportedly Reprising Professor X Role in Deadpool 3

Patrick Stewart triumphantly returned as the fan beloved X-Men leader Charles Xavier, widely known as Professor X, in the recent MCU milestone Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Sadly, Stewart only had a small role in the sequel and was brutally murdered by the Scarlet Witch. Thankfully, it seems we'll see more of him in Ryan Reynolds' upcoming threequel Deadpool 3.

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According to a report from Giant Freakin Robot, Patrick Stewart is currently negotiating with Marvel Studios to reprise the role of Professor X in Deadpool 3. After all, Deadpool has been associated with the X-Men since the first film, so the threequel might take it on another level, especially after Deadpool 2's post-credits scene hinting at a time travel plot. See the report below:

"This makes a lot of sense in a number of ways. For one, Deadpool (the character) has always been on the outskirts of the X-Men universe, having derived his healing factor from some experiments on Wolverine. For another, the characteristically self-aware Ryan Reynolds version of Deadpool has always liked to make snide little comments about the X-Men in his movies, finally culminating with an array of X-cameos at the end of Deadpool 2. The team (which was a mixture of actors from various films in the franchise) prominently featured the young version of Professor X played by James McAvoy, so it feels very likely the next step is to get the Patrick Stewart Professor X in Deadpool 3."

Patrick Stewart's small cameo in the Doctor Strange sequel opens endless possibilities for the character if he decides to return to Professor X again. Along with that, if Marvel Studios brought Stewart once, they can undoubtedly do it twice.

Just recently, Disney+'s Twitter page hinted at a major X-Men announcement on Disney Plus Day. If we're lucky, Marvel Studios might announce the X-Men's fate in the MCU that might include Patrick Stewart.

Deadpool 3 is still in the writing process with Reynolds serving as producer for the film. The movie will be helmed by The Adam Project director Shawn Levy.

Stay Tuned for more updates about the X-Men!

Also read: X-Men Legend Ian McKellen Reportedly Returning as Magneto in Secret Wars

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