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How is Wolverine alive in Deadpool 3? It’s not the big mystery you think

If nothing else, it should be clear the Wolverine in “Deadpool 3” is a different one from “Logan” because this one has a bright yellow suit, something the old Wolverine from the 20th Century Studios timeline never wears. A variant would be the easiest way for Marvel to have its cake and eat it too, ensuring “Logan” remains one version’s swan song while still having Hugh Jackman return for what’s bound to be a cameo-filled extravaganza. 

That’s just the way Jackman likes it, as he stated in an interview on “The Jess Cagle Show” that he didn’t want to mess with “Logan.” He explained how “Deadpool & Wolverine” is even possible: “All because of this device they have in the Marvel world of moving around timelines, now we can go back because it’s ‘science.'” That seems to offer further clarification that this new Wolverine is a variant, as he continued, “I don’t have to screw with the ‘Logan’ timeline, which was important to me and I think probably to the fans.”

The “Deadpool 3” plot was originally wildly different before Jackman returned, so fans can have at least one more adventure with the actor before the Marvel Cinematic Universe inevitably has to find the next Wolverine. We say “at least one more” because there’s always a chance Jackman could come back for more Marvel movies like “Avengers: Secret Wars.” Much like Wolverine himself, Jackman’s casting as the character is simply unstoppable. 

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