Deadpool 3 has officially wrapped production! Hugh Jackman, who is set to return as Wolverine in the film, recently took to social media to celebrate and reflect on the occasion.
After six long years away from the role, Hugh Jackman returned to pick up the mantle of Wolverine in Deadpool 3. After a long and rocky production delayed by the Hollywood strikes, Deadpool 3 has finally finished filming, with Jackman taking to social media to share a sweet message to the cast and crew.
“What a ride!” Jackman wrote on Instagram. “I’ve loved every minute of making this movie. Well … not the 4a training or the steamed fish and veg 4 x a day for 6 months but the other 93.2%. A collective thank you to the entire cast and crew. You are all aces!”
“If you’re reading this and think I mean you, I do,” Jackman continued. “To two of my best mates [Ryan Reynolds] and [director Shawn Levy] I literally couldn’t have done this without you. LITERALLY! July 26th can’t come soon enough. Time to shave.” You can check out the post below.
While his dietary restrictions certainly put a damper on his return, it’s good to see that Hugh Jackman is in high spirits about putting the claws back on one more time. Deadpool 3 may very well be the last time fans see him as Wolverine (well, if Secret Wars rumors aren’t to be believed), so let’s hope he goes out with the biggest bang possible!
Who else is attached to the Deadpool threequel?
Shawn Levy is directing Deadpool 3 after working with Ryan Reynolds on Free Guy and The Adam Project. The upcoming Marvel Studios project also marks a reunion between Levy and Hugh Jackman as the two worked together on Real Steel.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick are developing the Deadpool 3 script after penning the first two installments in the series. The Molyneux sisters worked on a previous draft of the project.
Deadpool 3 is currently expected to release July 26, 2024. Stay tuned for the latest news regarding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more content!
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