The X-Men stars character died at the end of 2017 movie 'Logan' and will now return in 'Deadpool 3'.
Ryan Reynolds announces his best frenemy Hugh Jackman will appear with him in the Marvel Cinematic Universe entry, which is scheduled for release in September 2024.
The British actor has been linked to the razor-clawed superhero, who is on course to enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Armie Hammer has left 'Shotgun Wedding' after controversial DMs he allegedly sent went viral. But he's not the only star to make a last minute exit from a big movie.
It was Scottish actor Dougray Scott – not Hugh Jackman – who was all set to play Wolverine in the X-Men movies, beginning with Bryan Singer's first foray back in 2000.
The Wolverine star said it took "years of sweat and steamed chicken" to get in shape for "the role of a lifetime".
If Taron Egerton is secretly in negotiations to play Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he's doing a good job hiding it.
Avengers: Endgame director Joe Russo really wanted Wolverine to go up against Thanos.
The actor confirms he's not taking over Hugh Jackman's role while discussing 'Playmobil: The Movie.'
Like its blockbuster 2016 predecessor, "Deadpool 2" is filled with fourth-wall breaking gags that target everything from other comic-book movies to real-world celebrities.
A Deadpool/Wolverine film is still possible - in the depths of Ryan Reynolds' mind, at least. Deadpool 2 does, at least, take place years before Logan, in which - SPOILER ALERT - Wolverine was killed off, in a final salute to the mutant. "He's alive and well in my timeline," Reynolds pointed out to Entertainment Weekly.
The "Logan" director doesn't mince his words when talking about Hollywood's love of post-credits scenes.