While having vehicles from “Moon Knight” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” likely isn’t on many fans’ “Deadpool 3” bingo sheets, the incorporation of these props might not be all that surprising. Since the new movie is an MCU installment, it makes sense that some elements would crossover, even if they aren’t the most expected. The ending of “Deadpool 2” sees the titular anti-hero time-traveling, so it stands to reason he could take a stroll through MCU history with relative ease.
What’s more, it seems like “Deadpool 3” will get more meta with its references than ever. An earlier behind-the-scenes shot of “Deadpool 3” features the cast and crew next to a giant, ruined version of the 20th Century Fox logo — likely a tongue-in-cheek reference to Disney’s acquisition of Fox and the upcoming X-Men franchise reboot. Between those leaks and rumblings that “Deadpool 3” might revisit other legacy properties and characters like Jennifer Garner’s Elektra, having some old MCU cars show up might be one of the movie’s less weird elements.