Spider-Man 3 fan art
Spider-Man 3 fan art

Peter Parker (Tom Holland) skips town and meets Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) on his way out of New York in new Spider-Man 3 fan art. Since Peter was sucked into the bigger MCU world, he’s experienced so much. On top of the events of his two standalone adventures, he was also a significant part of the Avengers’ fight against Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Unfortunately, just when things are finally looking up for the young hero at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, he’s faced with his biggest personal crisis yet – not only was his secret identity was revealed to the world, he’s also being framed for Mysterio’s (Jake Gyllenhaal) murder.

With the untitled Spider-Man 3 film still in its early stages, plot details for the films are being kept tightly under wraps. It’s safe to say, however, that the ending of Far From Home will be the springboard to what Peter’s next adventure is. Although the public will have to wait a bit longer to learn more about the project since the movie has just been pushed back due to the Coronavirus pandemic, one fans is imagining what could go down in the threequel – and interestingly, Deadpool is somehow involved.

Digital artist Bosslogic‘s latest fan art imagines Peter fleeing New York on the heels of the murder claims that J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons) made against him. In his creation, the web-slinging hero drives out of the city, when he coincidentally encounters Deadpool at the side of the road. As he typically does, the piece is full of Easter eggs including a Burger King paper bag, an AT-AT mini figure and a cassette tape that looks like the one Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) used to have. The creator also suggests a perfect title for Spider-Man 3 in line with the concept of his artwork: Spider-Man: Leaving Home. Check out the illustration below:

Obviously, this fan art was just made for fun. For what it’s worth, there are no credible reports that’s suggesting that Deadpool will make his MCU debut via Spider-Man 3. All that being said, there were rumbles last year leading to the release of Far From Home that Reynolds’ beloved hero might show-up. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige vehemently denied it, and it turns out, he wasn’t lying. This doesn’t mean, however, that there are no plans to bring Deadpool into the universe anytime soon. Reynolds, who’s also the primary creative force behind the character, revealed that he’s had some conversations with Feige and his team, so chances are there are already some ideas on how Deadpool can be brought in the MCU especially with Deadpool 3 already in development.

While everyone is ecstatic over the idea of Deadpool in Spider-Man 3, perhaps it’s for the best that this won’t be the case. The upcoming threequel is shaping up to have a more complicated narrative than the average superhero standalone given what’s happening to Peter Parker. Aside from dealing with the cliffhanger left in Far From Home, it’s safe to assume that another villain would factor into the story. Adding Deadpool into the mix risks it to be another convoluted movie for the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

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