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Deadpool & Wolverine May Have Already Spoiled The Death Of One X-Men Hero

Poor Charles Xavier can never catch a break. He’d died several times on the big screen already in “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “Logan.” He’s even bitten the dust already in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a brief role in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” All signs point to him dying again in “Deadpool 3,” and Cassandra Nova has a good reason for dispatching him. 

Her origins in Marvel Comics involve her becoming Charles Xavier’s astral twin in the womb; however, he kills her with his psychic abilities. She’s similarly powerful, though, and she reassembles herself with Xavier’s own DNA, later going on a revenge mission against her twin brother. Beyond getting back at Professor X, the comics also see her on a quest to exterminate all the mutants, so perhaps that overarching goal will factor into “Deadpool 3” as well.

The question remains as to whether Cassandra will have killed Charles Xavier (or multiple Xaviers) before the events of the film or if audiences will have to witness him die again. Patrick Stewart has played coy about any involvement. He appeared on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, and when asked about his potential casting, he stated, “It has come up. There’s been a process.” There have been some outrageous “Deadpool 3” cameo rumors, but having Professor X back again would make more sense than a lot of them, especially with Cassandra as the villain. Then again, maybe it’s for the best to let Stewart’s Professor X finally rest in peace. 

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