It isn’t utterly out of the realm of chance for characters to come back again from the useless on the earth of Marvel, in spite of everything, that is your entire plot of “Avengers: Endgame.” As “Deadpool 2” wasn’t technically a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the return of Shatterstar in “Deadpool 3” may be the beginning of how the characters can be integrated into the MCU. The looks of Wolverine is already a begin at getting the “X-Men” characters involved following Disney’s acquisition of twentieth Century Studios, so it would not be unattainable for one of many fellow mutants to make use of their powers to carry him again. Deadpool used Cable’s time-traveling gadget in “Deadpool 2” to forestall some deaths, and whereas we did not really see Shatterstar revived, there is a Ryan Reynolds monologue about “off-screen occasions” ready to occur.
Given the MCU’s present obsession with the multiverse, there’s at all times the possibility that “Deadpool 3” takes place in a separate multiverse from “Deadpool 2,” which might be a fairly simple allowance for Shatterstar’s survival and the paths crossing of Deadpool and Wolverine. Or, maybe, his declare of being an extraterrestrial from the planet Mojoworld and superior to “regular” people in all methods was true, and there is some alien … magic … or one thing in a position to put him again collectively. No matter how they pull it off, neither Marvel nor twentieth Century Studios have confirmed his look, so we’ll simply need to maintain deciphering tweets till the movie comes out in 2024.