Director David Leitch says he has plenty of ideas for Deadpool 3 if Disney ever calls him.
Speaking to ComicBook.com at the world premiere for his latest film, Hobbs & Shaw, Leitch said he's yet to hear from Disney now that they've purchased many of 20th Century Fox's assets—including the film rights to Deadpool. But if they do ask him to return to helm the sequel to Deadpool 2, he's got a simple answer: "Hell yes."
"I have a lot of ideas but I'm keeping them close to my vest," said Leitch. "So, if they ever come and I'm grateful enough for them to call, I can share all my crazy ideas."
While he didn't elaborate on what the ideas were, it's possible we'll learn in due time. If the past eight films in the Fast & Furious universe are any indication, Hobbs & Shaw should be another hit for Leitch. And Disney has said Deadpool has a future with the company.
We don't yet know how—or if—Disney would handle an R-rated film, but Hulu will be home to more adult-oriented Marvel content. A set of Marvel animated series will see Howard the Duck, Tigra, and others test the waters on the streaming service. And of course, Netflix's Defenders universe certainly skews more mature than the big screen version of the MCU.
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw arrives Aug. 2. Deadpool 3 has yet to be announced.