First look of Deadpool 3 starring Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine made its way to the Internet

With Deadpool 3 in line for an early 2024 release, fans of the American superhero film have been flooding the Internet with fan-edited first looks and non-official teases. Amidst this, the Internet was today blessed with an actual first look at the film.

Ryan Reynolds, who plays the character, Deadpool, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, posted this first look on his Instagram story. The same picture was also shared by the Twitter account @DiscussingFilm. In the poster, Deadpool and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, another Marvel Character, who is also a key character in Deadpool 3 can be seen.

The picture received immediate reactions from netizens. Users on Twitter were eager to make sure if the shared picture was an actual look from the film. Many fans were hyped on seeing the picture and expressed their excitement for the film.

Deadpool 3 would be the 34th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Shawn Levy would be directing Deadpool 3, which is written by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Zeb Wells, Ryan Reynolds, and Shawn Levy.

George Richmond would handle the cinematography for Deadpool 3.

As of now, Deadpool 3 is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 3, 2024, as part of Phase Five of the MCU.




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