The 41-year-old actor, who is awaiting the worldwide release of "Deadpool 2", said currently he is not the frame of mind to think about a third installment to the film, Variety reported.
He added, "There are talks about 'X-Force' film, which is not really 'Deadpool 3' but it's a group effort."
Leitch gave an update the development of the 'X-Force' movie with screenwriter-producer Drew Goddard.
"(Goddard's) a great writer and a great filmmaker and I think they're trying to take these characters and develop this universe," he said.
"We took great pains to try to set it up in this movie at the end. So I think you'll have some nice combination of those characters that you see at the end of this movie forming X-Force," Reese said.
'Deadpool' creator comic artiste Rob Liefeld said the success of the new film will only lead to the expansion of the franchise.
"The door is wide open: X-Force, more Deadpool, the fans are going to speak this weekend," Liefeld said.
He quipped, Jackman, who is overtly reluctant, needs to agree for the dream to become a reality. They appeared in 2009's critical flop, "X-Men: Wolverine".
"Sadly, it's Hugh Jackman that's the skin-covered speed bump on the road to that sort of happiness," Reynolds said.
Jackman's adamantium-clawed mutant is dead as per last year's "Logan". A film is possible if the story is set before the events of James Mangold-directed film.
The film releases this Friday.
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