Hugh Jackman will return as Wolverine in "Deadpool 3", Ryan Reynolds announced on his social media on Tuesday afternoon. "Deadpool 3" also has an official release date: September 1. 6, 2024.
"Hey everyone, we're very sorry to miss D23, but we're hard at work on the next 'Deadpool' movie right now," Reynolds said in the video, referring to at the D23 Expo in early September.
"I have to seek my soul. His original appearance and MCU will have special effects. We must remain true to character, find new depth, inspiration, meaning. Every "Deadpool" should stand out and stand out.
It was an incredible challenge that forced me to go underground. But I... I have nothing. Yes, very empty here. And music. But we have an idea.
"Yeah, sure, Ryan," Jackman replied. The video ends with Whitney Houston's "I'll Always Love You" - titled "I'll Love Hugh" - and the teaser "Hughn's Coming".
Deadpool's logo appears, then he is quickly cut down by Wolverine's Adamantium claws. Purchase of 20th Century Fox. Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who wrote the first two "Deadpool" films, returned to write the third.
Reese previously said that "Deadpool 3" will remain R-rated, even within the MCU family. The last time X-Men fans saw Jackman as Wolverine was in 2016's R-rated "Logan," directed by James Mangold.
Wolverine died at the end of the film, and Jackman has repeatedly said that the film was his swansong in the career. Therefore, it is not known how he will appear in "Deadpool 3".