Deadpool 3 Release Date, and Wolverine’s Anger Like Never Before

Finally, a release date for Deadpool 3 has been announced, and Marvel fans can look forward to something even more thrilling. In late September 2022, Ryan Reynolds made the unexpected revelation that Hugh Jackman would reprise his role as Wolverine in the threequel.

It will not only be the first appearance of Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it will also be Jackman’s comeback to the franchise following what was thought to be his last performance in Logan.

Initially, it was revealed that Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin, who wrote Bob’s Burgers, would write the threequel. However, now it appears that Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who were responsible for writing the scripts for the first two films, are working on the script for the third film.

Shawn Levy, who previously worked with Ryan Reynolds on the films Free Guy and The Adam Project, has been tapped to helm this new venture as the film’s director. Here is all the information you need to know about Deadpool 3.

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Deadpool 3 Release Date: When Will Deadpool 3 Be Released?

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Deadpool 3 is set to hit theatres on September 6, 2024. Therefore, the threequel will either be the last installment of Phase 5 or the first installment of Phase 6 in the MCU. The latter is more feasible because Marvel did establish a release date for an untitled movie or TV show in Phase 6 for the fall of 2024.

Even though we now know the film’s release date, we still don’t know when it will begin production. However, we may presume that it will begin in 2023 to guarantee that September 2024 will be the film’s release date. However, delays are always possible.

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Deadpool 3 Major Casts

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Deadpool 3 will feature the cast members listed below.

• Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson

• Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/James “Logan” Howlett

It has been revealed that Ryan Reynolds will return to play Wade Wilson, the main character. Hugh Jackman’s return to the role of Wolverine/James “Logan” Howlett was revealed in the same video that revealed the movie’s release date, and it was later confirmed that he would be playing the character again in the film.

In 2017, Logan, Jackman’s tearful farewell to the role, saw the character die off in a bleak alternate timeline. James Mangold, the director of Logan and The Wolverine, released a GIF of a moment from Logan where Wolverine was stabbed by his evil clone X-24 in response to the announcement that Hugh Jackman would continue to play Wolverine after his death.

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Is Deadpool Now In The MCU?

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It is true that Deadpool will enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Deadpool 3. Deadpool was initially introduced as a member of the stand-alone X-Men films, but recent remarks from Marvel CEO Kevin Feige indicate that he will join the MCU in his third feature.

While the other X-Men characters are expected to be entirely rebooted after the poor performance of Dark Phoenix, recasting the role of Deadpool would be asking for trouble due to the character’s continued popularity.

Additionally, because the character enjoys meta-humor so much, it would be simple for him to brush off any continuity mistakes with an amusing quip directed directly at the camera.

What Will The Story Of Deadpool 3 Be About?

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Reynolds has hinted that the threequel will take a very different direction from the original. The team can start over or modify a few characters.

The film will be classified R, so viewers don’t need to worry about that despite the fact that the original director of Deadpool claimed the threequel didn’t require an R certificate to be fantastic. The “establishment” of Deadpool as an R-rated franchise was affirmed by Feige in February 2021.

After Reese and Wernick joined the production of the third installment, they made a commitment that the film would not be “Disney-fied.” The production team has decided to let Deadpool be Deadpool.

It is currently unknown how the movie’s relationship to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) will factor into the continuation of the narrative as depicted in the previous two films, making it difficult to determine whether or not the third film would act as a “soft reboot.”

Does this indicate that the ability to travel through time will play a more significant part in Deadpool 3? Well, after the film is released, we’ll find out.

Is Their A Deadpool 3 Trailer? 

No, Deadpool 3 hasn’t even started filming, therefore, no trailer for the film has been released. However, when filming does eventually begin, we have no doubt that Reynolds will have a humorous social post ready to go.