"Yeah we're working on it right now with the whole team," Reynolds said. "We're over at Marvel [Studios] now, which is like the big leagues all of a sudden. It's kinda crazy. So yeah, we're working on it."
Deadpool 2 was far more entertaining than Deadpool 1, which had an awful structure that made the movie feel like one long, drawn-out scene peppered with flashbacks.
But neither of them were anything to write home about, so I was actually hoping that Mr. Feige would put his foot down and say "lol nah" and hard reboot it.
Then we could have gotten a Deadpool movie that would have been forced by the MCU's PG-13 rule to come up with some truly clever fourth-wall jokes for its entertainment value, instead of relying on the R-rating, cursing, gore, etc. as a crutch.
It also preferably would hint at the fourth wall (i.e. Deadpool talks to the audience but all the other characters assume that he is crazy and he never receives confirmation that he is correct about the fact that he is a fictional character) without actually breaking it, thereby preserving the 'sanctity' of the MCU.
But I guess Mr. Reynolds's Deadpool was way too critically and financially successful for Mr. Feige to come out swinging like that without causing massive backlash, so it's too bad that a reboot looks off the cards.