T.J. Miller Slams Premature Speculations About His Future in 'Deadpool 3'
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The former 'Silicon Valley' star retracts his previous statement about not being in a third 'Deadpool' movie and asks fans to stop spreading false rumors.

AceShowbiz - T.J. Miller is not written out from the "Deadpool" franchise just yet. Contrary to previous reports which said that he's not returning for a "Deadpool 2" sequel, the embattled actor insists that nothing has been set in stone yet for a potential third installment of the Ryan Reynolds-starring mutant franchise.

It was actually Miller himself who first sparked the speculation that he wouldn't be in "Deadpool 3". In a Twitter chain about the possible new sequel, the "She's Out of My League" star ended the conversation by saying that he's not in the next movie. @DanielRPK made it even clearer by stating, "T.J. Miller confirms he's NOT gonna be a part of Deadpool 3."

Trying to stop the false reports from spreading further, he told several news outlets via Twitter, "@movieweb @BlastingNews @screenrant @HorrorCultFilms @GotThisCovered I just wanted @DanielRPK to stop adding me to a DM chain so I told him I won't be in deadpool 3- he was spamming me. There is no Deadpool 3 yet. I was never supposed to be in x force. Stop reporting fake things?"

But people apparently still got the wrong idea, prompting the 37-year-old comedian to add in a reply to another Twitter user's post, "Guys. There are no plans yet for a deadpool 3. I'm contracted to do a third, but saying I'm not going to be in something that has yet to exist is like saying 't.j. confirmed he will not be reincarnated into an elephant.' "

Miller portrays Jack Hammer / Weasel in 2016's "Deadpool" and its sequel. In 2017, he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in college. Earlier this year, he was arrested for reporting a fake bomb threat on a train from Washington D.C. to New York City. The case is still ongoing and he hasn't received his sentence.

Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox has not officially greenlit "Deadpool 3". The studio, instead, is releasing "Once Upon a Deadpool" which is dubbed a PG-13 rating version of "Deadpool 2" on December 21.

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