Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman will make their Marvel Cinematic Universe debuts in “Deadpool 3,” which is set to hit theatres on September 6, 2024.
On social media, Reynolds, who commonly played the “merc with a mouth” in 20th Century Fox movies, announced that he and Jackman would play Deadpool in the superhero character’s debut Disney movie.
“Hey everyone, we’re extremely sorry to have missed D23, but we’ve been working very hard on the next ‘Deadpool’ film for a good long while now,” Reynolds stated in the video while lounging on his couch. ” I had to really examine myself on this one. It goes without saying that his MCU debut must be noteworthy. Each Deadpool must be unique and stand out in order for us to remain devoted to the character, unearth new complexity, and create new motives. To get through this great challenge, I had to delve deeply within.
Hey Hugh, would you like to reprise your role as Wolverine? Reynolds asks as Jackman appears in the background of the shot.
Jackman adds, “Yeah, sure,” to Ryan’s response.
According to a previous declaration from Disney, Deadpool would be a part of the MCU, but it was unclear when the character would get a standalone film and how it would fit into the Multiverse as a whole.
When Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2019, it also acquired a number of comic book franchises. There are also movies starring the Fantastic Four and the X-Men scheduled for release in the upcoming years.
Reynolds’ Deadpool films are unusual in Hollywood. Deadpool and Deadpool 2, two R-rated movies, both brought in more than $780 million worldwide. That’s probably why Disney allowed “Deadpool 3” to have a R rating, despite the rest of the MCU filmography having a G rating.