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Ryan Reynolds And Deadpool’s Origins Share One Uncanny Coincidence

As of this writing, it’s been a few years since comic book readers got to see Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool in a new movie. Fortunately, the character’s unofficial Hollywood hiatus will end with the release of “Deadpool 3.” The highly anticipated film will be the first “Deadpool” movie made since Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2019. That means “Deadpool 3” will take place at least partly in the Disney-owned Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to a translation of one Japanese logline for the film, it’ll even see Reynolds’ Deadpool “change the history of the MCU” alongside Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine (via The Direct).

Whether or not “Deadpool 3” actually makes as much of an impact on the MCU as that logline suggests remains to be seen. Either way, the film’s inclusion of Jackman’s Wolverine is enough to make it a must-see title in the eyes of many comic book readers. Fans, notably, aren’t the only ones who are excited about Deadpool and Wolverine’s forthcoming, big-screen team-up, which many had thought would never happen due to the events of 2017’s “Logan,” which ends with the death of the “X-Men” hero.

In a November 2022 interview with Collider, Reynolds shared his excitement about his “Deadpool 3” co-star’s return as Wolverine. “Working with Hugh is a dream come true,” the actor revealed. “But working with Logan and having Logan and Wade together in a movie is beyond any dream I would ever be audacious enough to have.”

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