Friday 30 December 2016

The Deadpool/Wolverine Movie Will Still Happen But It Won’t Be For Logan

If Wolverine really is to reunite with the Merc With a Mouth on the silver screen, it won’t be for Logan. Just yesterday, the Internet neared a standstill after a report claimed Ryan Reynolds’ irreverent Deadpool would swing by for a cameo role in James Mangold’s R-rated threequel.

Despite garnering some traction online, both the director and Reynolds himself quickly doused rumours, confirming that the fast-talking mercenary has no part to play in Wolverine’s upcoming swan song – end-credits scene or otherwise. And though the twosome originally shared the screen during X-Men Origins: Wolverine, it’s difficult to imagine a scenario where Deadpool fits into the bleak, apocalyptic world of James Mangold’s Logan – breaking the fourth wall and ridiculing movie conventions is all well and good for a stylish solo film, but not if it comes at the expense of hard-hitting drama. That’s something that Ryan Reynolds echoed in a new Tweet posted today, revealing that while he’s still open to the idea of a Deadpool/Wolverine crossover film, his “big red shit-talker” simply wouldn’t mix with the somber, harrowing story that James Mangold and Co. have created.

Logan will bring the curtain down on Hugh Jackman’s tenure as Wolverine on March 3rd, 2017. A second, and presumably final trailer is expected to claw its way online in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to We Got This Covered for more coverage.

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