Deadpool 3:- The official announcement has been made. In 2024, Deadpool 3 starring Ryan Reynolds will be released in theaters. Along with the actor returning to the role, Hugh Jackman will also be joining him. This will be the actor’s first time reprising Wolverine since the 2017 film Logan ended with his death. Tuesday was the day when the announcement was made.
Deadpool 3 Hugh Jackman To Return As Wolverine In 2024
The Deadpool team is extremely sad to have missed D23, however, we have been working very hard on the next film for quite some time now.” Reynolds says in the hilarious video, referencing the D23 Expo which took place in Anaheim, California in early September.
Hard keeping my mouth sewn shut about this one. ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/OdV7JmAkEu
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 27, 2022
It’s been a real soul-searching experience for me on this one. He obviously needs to feel special on his first MCU appearance. We need to remain true to the character and find new motivations, meanings, and depths. There must be something that separates each Deadpool from the others.
Taking on this challenge has been an incredible challenge that has forced me to look deep inside myself. And I…I have nothing. Yeah, just completely empty up here. And terrifying. But we did have one idea.”
Ryan Reynolds announces Hugh Jackman To Return As Wolverine in Deadpool 3 coming in 2024
“Hey Hugh, would you like to play Wolverine again?” Reynolds asks as Hugh Jackman walks past in the background. Jackman confirms his return as the iconic character.
“Yeah, sure, Ryan,” the Wolverine actor replies. The video ends with Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love” with captions such as “I will always love Hugh” – and a teaser for “Coming Hugh”. Deadpool’s logo appears on the screen toward the end of the video, followed by Wolverine’s adamantium claws.
The third installment of Deadpool will be directed by Shawn Levy, who has previously worked with Ryan Reynolds on Free Guy and The Adam Project. This project marks the franchise’s official entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe following Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox. Scripts will be written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who wrote the first two installments. The film will remain R-rated as per earlier reports.