Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman Explain What We Can Expect in ‘Deadpool 3’
Following the massive announcement that took place the other day, Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman explain what fans can expect out of Deadpool 3… well, kind of.
There are always two premiere news days on the annual calendar for Marvel Studios, and there is no denying that this year they made good with some of the biggest announcements in MCU history.
Both D23 and San Diego Comic-Con presented fans with so many updates on what they can expect in the coming years, with a completely redesigned and restructured release schedule that introduces films like Thunderbolts to the lineup.
Yet, there was one project that fans had been tremendously excited about, but had not been officially announced or updated, that was not spoken about at either event; that being Wade Wilsons MCU debut.
That all changed the other day when the film’s star Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to release a video explaining to fans that, not only will the film be happening, but it will feature the return of one of the most beloved Comic book heroes of all time, Wolverine.
And that announcement has just been followed up, as Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman explain what fans can expect out of Deadpool 3… well, kind of.
Quick explainer video that tackles…
1) Timeline questions
2) Logan canon
3) MCU FAQ
4) Whether we can do this all day or not pic.twitter.com/50lBsfYS5p
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 28, 2022
The truth of the matter is that Reynolds and Jackman did, in fact, sit in front of a camera and speak to their upcoming film, but there was music playing so that fans were unable to make out what they said in the video.
Although this is certainly not as exciting as if the duo had actually shared some news, the simple fact that the two will be the main characters of the project is enough for all of us.
Deadpool 3 should be a wild ride throughout the Marvel multiverse, and Hugh Jackman likely won’t be the only character to return to the Marvel world for one last hoorah.