"There is still a lot of mystery about what they want to do with Deadpool in the Marvel world but I think from the conversations I've heard, everything is positive. I think they are just trying to figure out a way to fit it."
Although no third film has been announced for the fourth phase of the Marvel Film Universe, Ryan Reynolds' superhero is really the only "X-Men" character who will survive the transition to the new regime.
Some fans expressed fear that it would be "tamed" by moving to Disney's control and saw the release of "Once Upon a Deadpool", an edited version of the second 13-year-old film, as a "test."
In February, Bob Iger signaled that "there is room for Fox properties to exist without a significant Disney influence on the nature of the content, meaning that, for example, we see that there is certainly popularity among Marvel fans for 'Deadpool' movies. 'rated R, we will continue in this business.'
"There may be room for more of this, as long as we identify them very carefully and make sure that we do not in any way confuse the consumer with a product that would be either a Disney product or a more traditional Marvel product," he added.