Entertainment: Ryan Reynolds offers an adamantium-filled update on ‘Deadpool 3’

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Ryan Reynolds is teasing an adamantium-filled update on Deadpool 3 after he was notably absent from a recent Disney convention earlier this month, D23

  Ryan Reynolds offers an adamantium-filled update on ‘Deadpool 3’ © Provided by We Got This Covered

In a new update Reynolds posted to his YouTube channel, he implied he was experiencing a bit of writer’s block for the upcoming threequel that will be the Merc with the Mouth’s first Foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Disney bought out 20th Century Fox in 2019.

In an apparent bid to throw viewers a bone, he casually asks someone off camera, “Hey, Hugh, you want to play Wolverine one more time?”

Hugh Jackman then steps into frame, briskly walking by in the background, and replies while eating an apple, “Yeah, sure, Ryan.”

This is a developing story.

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