Deadpool 3 with Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman will be released in 2024.

In "Deadpool 3," Hugh Jackman will reprise his role as Wolverine, Ryan Reynolds revealed on social media Tuesday afternoon. The announced release date for "Deadpool 3" is September 6, 2024.

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Reynolds addresses the D23 Expo in the video, saying, "Hey everyone, we're really disappointed to have missed D23, but we've been working very hard on the next 'Deadpool' feature for a good long time now." "On this one, I had to truly look deep within myself. Obviously, his debut appearance in the MCU needs to be memorable. 

We must remain authentic to the character while discovering additional depth, drive, and significance. Every "Deadpool" needs to be distinctive and distinct. It's been a tremendous struggle that has made me dig within myself. I have nothing, you see. Yes, it is entirely vacant up here. And frightening. However, we did have a thought.

Hey Hugh, would you like to play Wolverine once more? Reynolds inquires as Jackman passes by in the distance.

"Yeah, fine, Ryan," responds Jackman. A "Coming Hughn" teaser and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You," which is sung with the lyrics "I Will Always Love Hugh," close the clip. When the Deadpool emblem first emerges, Wolverine's adamantium claws immediately rip it apart.

Watch the video below from Reynolds.

Following Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox, "Deadpool 3," which will formally enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is being directed by Shawn Levy, who collaborated with Reynolds on "Free Guy" and "The Adam Project." The writers of the original two "Deadpool" movies, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, returned to pen the third. Even in the family-friendly MCU, Reese has already stated that "Deadpool 3" will maintain its R rating.

The last time X-Men fans saw Jackman as Wolverine was in James Mangold's R-rated "Logan" in 2016. Wolverine famously dies at the end of the film, and Jackman has declared several times that the film was his final performance in the role. As a result, it's unknown how he'll feature in "Deadpool 3." But, as Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige recently told Variety, "Anything is conceivable in the multiverse."

Reynolds and Jackman have a lengthy history as superheroes. The "Deadpool" star initially played the role in 2009's critically panned "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," the first "X-Men" spinoff to center on Jackman's character. That Deadpool, on the other hand, had his lips stitched shut and did not wear his distinctive red-and-black suit. Several years later, Reynolds reprised his role as the wisecracking assassin in an R-rated "Deadpool" film.

The "Deadpool" films are the highest-grossing "X-Men" films of all time, making more than $780 million worldwide. The first two films, which debuted in 2016 and 2018, were released by 20th Century Fox prior to Disney's acquisition of the company.

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