Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman
Duo answers questions about Wolverine comeback
Wolverine in Deadpool 3? How this should work has now been explained by two people who should know: Wolverine and Deadpool!
With the announcement that Hugh Jackman (53) will once again slip into the role of “X-Men” hero Wolverine for “Deadpool 3”, Ryan Reynolds (45) caused waves in the MCU – and a lot questions among the fans. His video, which is as funny as it is epochal In this regard, the “Deadpool” star has followed up with another clip in which Jackman sits next to him on the couch.
The duo talks together in their “quick explainer video” according to the description, over four agenda items: “1, timeline questions; 2, Logan canon; 3, MCU FAQ; 4, whether or not we can do this all day.”
Is Wolverine alive again?
“You have questions!” Reynolds begins. “I had a lot of questions and I’m sure you did too,” adds Jackman. “But don’t worry, we’re going to answer them now. For the most obvious of them, that’s actually true: ‘For example – how can Wolverine be alive after ‘Logan’?”
Reynolds then takes over again and explains: “‘Logan’ takes place in 2029. It’s a completely different thing. Logan died in ‘Logan’. We’re not touching that.” But when the duo finally start retelling the plot of Deadpool 3, Wham! respectively their hit “Wake Me Up Before You Go Go” in the way. Gesticulating wildly, the two act out their upcoming action and fight scenes, but what they say in passing can’t be heard.
In 2024 it should be ready
As Wham! finally cut short, a clapping Reynolds says to the Marvel boss, “Thanks, Kevin Feige!” Jackmann joins in the hymn of praise: “We love you, Kevin Feige! We love you, MCU!” What the two have already proven: a lot of common humor potential.
How the whole thing is then reflected in a film will only be seen in almost two years. According to Reynolds, “Deadpool 3” will be released in early September 2024, directed by Shawn Levy (54). It is the first “Deadpool” movie to be made by Marvel Studios. Jackman, meanwhile, wouldn’t be the first “X-Men” star to come out of retirement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His “Logan” co-star Patrick Stewart (82) made a cameo appearance in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” this summer.