A new fan-created teaser video for Shawn Levy’s Deadpool 3 depicts Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine returning from the grave in the upcoming MCU movie.
A fan-made teaser for Deadpool 3 envisions Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine returning from the grave in the upcoming MCU sequel. Although initially introduced in X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009, Ryan Reynolds’ current iteration of the foul-mouthed antihero first hit screens in 2016 with the release of Deadpool. The success of the first film only led to a sequel 2 years later, but the planned third film, Deadpool 3, experienced a number of delays, in part due to Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox in 2019. However, now Deadpool is finally ready to be introduced to the MCU in Deadpool 3which will be released in 2024.
Although many details about Deadpool 3 remain unknown, a recent video on Reynolds’ Twitter account gave fans their first key information about the film, revealing that it will feature the return of Jackman’s Wolverine. This was, unsurprisingly, a very exciting announcement for many fans, but it has also raised some questions about how the return of the fans’ favorite hero is actually possible. After nearly 20 years of playing the part, starting with 2000 X-MenJackman seemingly said a very final goodbye to Wolverine in 2017 Logan, which ends with his death and subsequent burial.
A new video from boss logic on Instagram teases a way Wolverine could return from the grave in Deadpool 3. The teaser is from Jackman’s Wolverine point of view as his clawing hand emerges from the dirt as Reynolds’ Deadpool stands over him, playfully swinging and holding a shovel. The short teaser also features Adele’s song “Hello,” with the lyrics in reference to how long fans wanted to see the two characters united on screen. look at the Deadpool 3 teaser video below:
How does Deadpool 3 bring Wolverine back?
While Bosslogic’s video offers a possible explanation for Wolverine’s return in Deadpool 3a recent video shared by Reynolds suggests that: Loganthe ending remains unchanged. After all, as Reynolds explains, Logan takes place in 2029, so if Deadpool 3 takes place before that, then Jackman’s Wolverine hasn’t really died yet. Further, Logan doesn’t actually take place in the MCU and Deadpool 3 does, so the two movies are set in completely different universes.
Despite the fact that Deadpool 3 seems to have absolutely nothing to do with Logan, some fans are understandably still hesitant about the idea of Wolverine’s return after Jackman’s critically acclaimed broadcast in James Mangold’s 2017 hit. It remains to be seen how Deadpool 3 will allay these concerns, but it’s likely that the franchise’s self-conscious comedy will refer to Logan and somehow poke fun at the confusing nature of his return. While there are still many questions about the details of how Jackman’s Wolverine will be brought back, Deadpool 3 is already going to be a unique and exciting entry into the MCU.
Source: boss logic/ Instagram
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