Deadpool is not an Avenger. Yet, Deadpool is not an X-Man. Though, Deadpool is a mercenary with his own agenda and zero rules. He is a part of the Marvel comics universe.
And even after the huge deal closed of the Disney-Fox, bringing of many Marvel characters under the umbrella of Marvel Studios, Deadpool in his current onscreen incarnation is still not connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. None of the X-Men movies are, in fact, because they’re part of their own universe.
Rumors are all over!
One day, this may change. Rumors are right now that ‘Avengers: Endgame’ could lead to a mutant-filled future or the end of the Infinity Saga. It could lead to the X-Men or somehow set the entire MCU on a different path. Yet, for now, still, the X-Men mutants and the Avengers do not coexist in the same universe. It’s a comics-based world, though, and maybe the Quantum Realm will change all that we know about the current MCU timeline
The MCU is now comprised of 21 Marvel Studios films and began over ten years ago with Iron Man. Since then, it has added characters like Captain America, Gamora, Loki, and more. Lately, each movie seems to break new records, including last year’s Black Panther and now Captain Marvel.
Even with reports of Avengers: Endgame being the team’s last outing, it looks like the MCU will seemingly continue forever with no less than nine films still to come.
So far the members are-
To be more clear, the current Marvel Cinematic Universe includes: All of the characters seen in Infinity War, The Netflix Marvel shows: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher, and the ABC network’s Marvel shows: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter and Inhumans.
Now, will Deadpool ever be in an MCU film? Indeed, maybe. Until we get a glimpse of the new slate of MCU films, we all know for sure is that DP right now is a solo artist!