Hugh Jackman admitted that he agreed to return to the role of Wolverine in “Deadpool 3” just a month before the announcement of the sequel. According to the actor, the performer of the role of Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, persuaded him for several months and “practically gave up.”
The idea of becoming Wolverine on screen again came to Hugh Jackman in 2016 after he watched the first “Deadpool”. But he wasn’t completely sure about this idea. For his part, Ryan Reynolds has been negotiating a Wolverine and Deadpool crossover since 2019, Variety reports. The actor admitted that he would be happy to work with Hugh Jackman, whom he admires.
Earlier, Ryan Reynolds shared details of the third Deadpool movie. The sequel will enter the Marvel cinematic universe, its premiere will take place on November 8, 2024. The performer of the main role presented to the audience a new star of the future action movie: Hugh Jackman became it. The 54-year-old actor has already begun active preparation for filming in the gym.
Together, the actors explained that “Deadpool 3” will not be associated with the movie “Logan”, where an aged Wolverine dies in an alternate future. It also became known that Ryan Reynolds was actively involved in writing the script for the third “Deadpool”. The actor admitted that he has constant problems with the sense of time, but he tried to make the story as interesting as possible.
Actor T.J. Miller has admitted that his character Jack Hammer, nicknamed the Ferret, will not appear in Deadpool 3. The performer in the role of Deadpool’s best friend refused to work with Ryan Reynolds because of serious conflicts on the set. T.J. Miller believes that the superstar “can’t stand him.”
T.J. Miller said that during one of the scenes, Ryan Reynolds made fun of his acting. The artist admitted that it was easier for him to contact Ryan Reynolds on the set of the first Deadpool until he turned into a “superstar”.