In an intriguing revelation, filmmaker Matthew Vaughn has offered tantalizing insights into the highly anticipated Deadpool 3, suggesting that the upcoming film, directed by Shawn Levy, is poised to deliver a transformative impact on the Marvel Universe. While engaging in discussions about his latest project, Argylle, Vaughn made a guest appearance on BroBible’s Post-Credit podcast, where he delved into the prospects of the movie featuring Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman.
According to Vaughn, snippets of the Deadpool vs. Wolverine storyline, with ongoing discussions between Reynolds and Jackman, promise an extraordinary cinematic experience. He believes that this clash between two iconic characters will serve as a significant catalyst, injecting newfound vitality into the broader Marvel universe. Despite not being directly involved in Deadpool 3, Vaughn, known for his directorial work on Marvel’s 2011 film X-Men: First Class, expressed his genuine enthusiasm as a fan of X-Men characters, emphasizing his desire for the movie to live up to its immense potential.
The third installment of the Deadpool franchise, set for release on July 26, 2024, boasts Shawn Levy as the director, with a collaborative team of co-writers, including Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Zeb Wells, Reynolds, and Levy. The film holds particular intrigue as it marks the return of Hugh Jackman to the role of Wolverine, a prospect that Vaughn hopes will contribute to the movie’s success. As the countdown to Deadpool 3 continues, expectations are high for the film’s impact on the Marvel cinematic landscape.
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