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Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds Answer ‘Deadpool 3’ and ‘Wolverine’ Fans

Deadpool 3

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Ryan Reynolds has cast a unique superhero in Deadpool 3, which is presently in production. On Tuesday, Reynolds posted a video to Instagram in which he made the shocking announcement that Hugh Jackman, nicknamed Wolverine, would be appearing in Deadpool 3.

In the clip, Reynolds expresses regret for missing this month’s Disney D23 fan convention. Rey Reynolds said he had to do some significant soul-searching before making the big announcement in order to figure out how to please the franchise’s fans and top the prior two Deadpool movies.

To start off the video, Reynolds says, “Hey, everyone, we’re incredibly unhappy to have missed D23, but we’ve been working very hard on the next Deadpool film for a good long while.” With this one, I’ve had to do some serious introspection. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, his first appearance must be treated as a major event.

Authenticity demands that we give this persona fresh layers of complexity and purpose. Each Deadpool needs to be distinct from the others. It has been a tremendous test that has prompted me to go deep within myself. And I… I have zero assets. It’s dead quiet up here, man. Plus frightening. But there was this one thing we could try.

A moment later, the X-Men actor strolls past, giving away some of Reynolds’ secrets to the audience.

“Hey, Hugh, you want to play Wolverine one more time?” he asks as Jackman walks past in the background.

“Yeah, sure, Ryan,” Jackman nonchalantly replies. The video ends with Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” — dubbed in the video as “I will always love Hugh.”

After a brief “Coming Hugh” teaser, the Deadpool emblem reappears, this time slashed to pieces by Wolverine’s claws. In the video, Reynolds also gave fans an official release date for the film: September 6, 2024.

“Hard keeping my mouth sewn shut about this one. ⚔️,” he captioned the clip.

Reynolds then posted a second video with Jackman in which they promised to address some fan concerns. Brief video explanation that discusses… 1. Questions about a timeline Canonical Logan Question and Answers About the Marvel Cinematic Universe Four) If we’ll be able to keep going all day.

They didn’t come to any kind of agreement, though, other than when the character would die (as shown in the third and last Wolverine film, released in 2017). The year 2029 is a significant one in Logan. Something really different. According to Reynolds, “Logan died in Logan.” “I’m not even going to look at it.”

Last January, it was officially announced that Deadpool would be joining the MCU. Following the sale of 20th Century Fox to Disney, it was unclear whether or not there would be a third Deadpool film starring Ryan Reynolds.

Feige confirmed the film and said it would keep its R rating even though most Marvel Cinematic Universe movies are PG-13. Scripting duties were given to Reynolds’s sisters Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin and Wendy Molyneux, with the latter serving as supervisor, as revealed by Feige.

He revealed, “We are now working on a script, and Ryan is supervising a script, and it will be rated R.” It’s great to see Ryan bringing to life such a unique character in the MCU.

In 2016, Deadpool made its debut, and two years later, Deadpool 2 hit theatres.

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