Deadpool 3: Where is Franchise Star T.J. Miller’s, His Absence Raises Questions

Deadpool 3 Where is Franchise Star T.J. Miller's

After the release of the first trailer for Deadpool 3, fans are left wondering about the absence of franchise star T.J. Miller. This absence comes amidst years of controversy and allegations, including sexual assault.

Miller, who played the joke-cracking barkeep Weasel alongside Ryan Reynolds in both Deadpool and Deadpool 2, is notably missing from the cast list for Deadpool & Wolverine which raises the questions.

Several actors from past Deadpool films are returning for Deadpool & Wolverine, but Miller’s name is notably absent. This is due to controversy surrounding Miller including allegations of sexual assault dating back to 2017 during the height of the MeToo movement in Hollywood.

In response to the allegations, Miller denied them, stating that, “she is now using the current climate to bandwagon and launch these false accusations again. It is unfortunate that she is choosing this route as it undermines the important movement to make women feel safe coming forward about legitimate claims against real known predators.”

Since then, he has faced consequences, resulting in his departure from multiple projects, including Dreamworks’ How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

Further complication increased when, Miller found himself in legal trouble after making a bomb threat aboard a New York Amtrak train in 2018, although charges were later dismissed in 2021.

Additionally, Miller’s relationship with Ryan Reynolds, the lead actor in the Deadpool franchise, appears strained. Miller publicly stated that Reynolds “hates” him and expressed reluctance to work with him again, citing past conflicts on the set.

Despite later attempting to clarify his statements and mend his relationship with Reynolds, Miller’s absence from Deadpool 3 may be attributed to both his legal troubles and his fractured relationship with the franchise’s lead actor.

Deadpool & Wolverine is set to hit theatres on 26th July 2024, but fans will undoubtedly continue to speculate about Miller’s absence from the highly anticipated film.

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