Deadpool's application for joining the Avengers rejected by Tony Stark

Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds recently congratulated the heroes in Marvel's latest Avengers: Infinity War on Twitter. However, in all his Deadpool glory, the actor tore down whatever was left of the fourth wall by sharing a letter from Tony Stark barring Deadpool's entry into the Avengers.
No stranger to playing the character for some tongue-in-cheek viral content, Reynolds wrote on Twitter, "From a guy who never knows when to quit, I'm glad you guys never did. Congrats #Avengers"


The photo shows the brief letter from Stark Industries letterhead reading: “Re: Joining the Avengers. No. Absolutely not. Go bother Prof. X. No. Sincerely, Tony Stark.”

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Reynolds is never one to miss a beat when it comes to having a fun, meta, Deadpool joke. Although he’s reluctant to join the X-Men, Deadpool clearly hasn't given up on his ambitious dream of joining The Avengers, especially after the massive success of Infinity War.

And while we'd love to pay all our dime to watch the magic between the two enrol on the silver screen, Marvel Studios produces the films that make up The Avengers franchise called the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Deadpool and the X-Men, however, are owned by 20th Century Fox.

The foul-mouthed hero recently made the headlines again when he interrupted fellow hero, Wolverine a.k.a. Hugh Jackman's birthday video message clad in his infamous Deadpool costume who is lounging behind him on a bed singing 'Tomorrow' from Annie.


The much-awaited superhero ensemble film, Avengers: Infinity War hit India and made history. It raked in the biggest box office collection on day 1, earning an eye-watering Rs.30 crore and Rs 39.1 crore on the second day which makes it the highest first-day collection for a Hollywood film in India.

While Infinity War continues to clean sweep the box office, Reynolds and Deadpool will get their shot at box office success on May 18 when Deadpool 2 hits theatres worldwide promising to bring more characters from the X-Men universe and, of course, the infamous Merc with a Mouth.