According to Rob Liefeld (the Deadpool creator), The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson should definitely join the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Garrison Kane in future Deadpool installment.
It is common for celebrities to use their social media handles as a platform for official announcements. The Deadpool creator recently uploaded an Instagram post writing, “Dearest @therock based on reports of outstanding chemistry between you and a familiar friend, I believe the next logical step is for you to join the Marvel Universe as Garrison Kane in a future Deadpool installment.”
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Dearest @therock based on reports of outstanding chemistry between you and a familiar friend, I believe the next logical step is for you to join the Marvel Universe as Garrison Kane in a future Deadpool installment. You’re a natural and Kane is already celebrated by millions of comics fans who have thrilled to his adventures since I first introduced him in X-Force #2! Your pal, Rob!
On the other hand, The Rock, aka Dwayne Johnson, took Twitter to respond. He wrote, “Dearest Rob, thank you, amigo. It’s true, in @HobbsAndShaw, I have insanely outstanding chemistry with our familiar friend. Since you created the characters, how does one Garrison Kane get alone with the one.”
Recently, Dwayne aka The Rock was seen in “Hobbs and Shaw” as Luke Hobbs. Whereas, Ryan Reynolds played the role of a CIA agent Locke, an old associate of Luke played by The Rock. The two have shown major chemistry in the movie. He (Dwayne) wants to star in Deadpool with his co-star, Ryan.
The “Fast and Furious” actor was last seen in outstanding and amazing chemistry with the “Deadpool” (Ryan Reynold) himself. If this amazing chemistry is great in the film, then we cant wait what’s coming in Deadpool 3. Dwayne would love to be a part of the “Marvel Cinematic Universe.”
What could be more interesting? The Deadpool creator wants to star Dwayne in Deadpool 3, and Dwayne would love to act there as well. If all goes well, We will soon be watching Dwayne in Deadpool 3.