‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ Rumored Iron Man Cameo Explains the Insane Teased Post-Credit Scene and Movie’s Connection to ‘Secret Wars’

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‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ is at this point less than a month away. We know that it’s going to include numerous cameos and variants. Some of these cameos are merely rumored and some have been confirmed through trailers and teasers.

One rumors that’s been following the movie for at least a year now is that it’s going to lead directly into ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ and that Iron Man played by Robert Downey Jr. will appear.

Naturally, since the character’s death fans have called for the studio to resurrect Iron Man, something which is now possible during the Multiverse Saga through variants, and both Loki and Gamora returned through similar means.

Now the latest rumor is that Iron Man was planned for the ‘Fantastic Four’ movie, but it didn’t work out.

Things got even more exciting when several notable industry insiders chimed in that RDJ was actually supposed to reprise his role in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine.’

As you can see per the leak, that cameo would connect Iron Man and the movie to ‘Secret Wars’ and he is already heavily rumored to appear in that movie. RDJ already confirmed several months ago that he would be willing to reprise his role as Iron Man, as the role is integral to his DNA.

But, what’s this about the post-credits scene? Well, following the release of the first trailer for the movie, notable industry insiders kept clamoring about the post-credit scene for ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ that’s supposed to be so insane that they aren’t sure how Levy and Reyndols allegedly pulled it off.

The post-credit scene they were talking about was also confirmed by Rob Liefeld, creator of Deadpool.

So, it’s most likely that Iron Man’s cameo was indeed planned and perhaps the scene was even shot, but it didn’t work out for the reasons we’re going to learn later on, after the movie releases. Keep in mind that ‘Deapdool & Wolverine’ also went through a round of smaller reshoots 2 months ago, and it was likely to replace that post-credit scene.

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