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Ryan Reynolds Thanks Cast and Crew as ‘Deadpool 3’ Wraps Filming

Life Is An Endless Series Of Trainwrecks

The filming of the third Deadpool film has finally come to an end, and the cast and crew faced a long list of to-dos. Reynolds took to Instagram to say his closing speech.

Where It All Began

Ryan Reynolds has played Wade Wilson, who now doubles as Deadpool in three movies. The first film was released in 2016. The film’s plot is as follows: “Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is a former Special Forces operative who now works as a mercenary. His world comes crashing down when evil scientist Ajax (Ed Skrein) tortures, disfigures, and transforms him into Deadpool. The rogue experiment leaves Deadpool with accelerated healing powers and a twisted sense of humor. With help from mutant allies Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), Deadpool uses his new skills to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.” People especially like the character Deadpool because of his realness and humor. He is different from other superheroes in Marvel because he curses and constantly cracks jokes. It can even be argued that he uses humor to cope with his pain. He is also different from the Marvel superheroes because he is not actually a superhero. He is most commonly known as an antihero.

Back Again 

Deadpool was so popular that it got a sequel, like many Marvel films. Now, it has a third movie, which, as stated, just concluded filming with Ryan Reynold’s thankful message and goodbye.

His Instagram comment said: “The suit hides blood. Also, sweat… But today, with Deadpool wrapping, it’s mostly tears. A giant and forever thanks to the cast and crew of our film who battled wind, rain, strikes, and @thehughjackman… all under the stalwart leadership of @slevydirect. I got to make a movie with my closest pals and that doesn’t happen very often. See ya July 26th.”

The picture used for the post was of the costume pants for Reynolds’ role.

Image courtesy of Variety. Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.

The Greatest Show

Hugh Jackman, who joined the film as the Wolverine, took to Twitter to give his own closing comments. With the tweet, he posted pictures of his Wolverine beard being shaved. The tweet said: “What a ride!!! I’ve loved every minute of making this movie. Well, not the training and diet, but the other 93.2%. To the best cast and crew, thank you! You are all aces. To two of my best mates, @VancityReynolds and @ShawnLevyDirect, I literally couldn’t have done this without you. Literally! July 26th can’t come soon enough. Time to shave. @deadpoolmovie” It’s clear that this film meant a lot for the whole cast and crew, especially with the delays.

Strike and Delays 

Deadpool 3 was one of many films that were forced to stop filming due to the strikes in 2023. The film was supposed to release during the first weekend of May, as reserved by Marvel for years; however, due to the lengthened actors’ strike, the film was forced to move its release date to July 26th. According to Deadline, the director of the threequel is Shawn Levy, who stated that he wanted something that felt real and grounded. He compared the film to Midnight Run, 48 Hours, and more. Stay tuned for more information, and make sure to watch Deadpool 3 this July.

Image courtesy of Giant Freakin Robot. Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson.

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