Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in the MCU Is a Big Deal for Ryan Reynolds

Ryan has long expressed a desire to reunite with his X-Men Origins co-star Hugh Jackman, despite Jackman’s statement that he would step down as Wolverine after Logan.

Some of Hugh’s fans thought he had a change of heart after some cryptic remarks on social media last year, though it was unclear if they were related to his role in Deadpool 3. Ryan Reynolds said it was not easy to include the mutant in the third installment.

Adjustments had to be made

Ryan Reynolds, a new face in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, recently spoke with Collider about the challenges of introducing mutants to Marvel Studios for the first X-Men movie.

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Although he made it clear that selling the team on Hugh Jackman’s return as Wolverine was simple, Reynolds conceded there were “a lot of moving parts” and “a lot of paperwork” to go through to make money. project a reality. .

“It’s not like adding Hugh Jackman to a movie like this is a hard sell. It’s an immediate and emphatic yes, without reservations. There’s a lot of moving parts and Fox and X-Men and everything this kind of stuff that Marvel has to sort out. A lot of paperwork to get it done. And they did. And I’m really grateful that they did it, because for me, working with Hugh is a dream come true. But working with Logan and having Logan and Wade together in a movie is beyond any dream that I would be daring enough to have. So I’m really, really super excited to do this movie.

Although he was given “too much credit” for bringing Jackman back into the film, Reynolds was also asked to reflect on the talks he had with the actor to cast him.

“I think you’re giving me too much credit. I don’t believe I’m responsible for Hugh’s return. I always wanted Hugh back.

About four years ago, he had his first chat with the president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige on a movie starring Deadpool and Wolverine. Around this time, Jackman had telephoned Reynolds to express his interest in returning. And though he offered to let Jackman discuss the facts of that conversation, it was Reynolds who ended up bearing the burden of convincing Feige that this movie might be a good concept.

“My first encounter with Kevin Feige when Disney bought Fox years ago, maybe three years ago, or three and a half years, four years, I’m not sure, was to make a movie with the two of us, a movie Deadpool Wolverine. And that wasn’t possible at the time. And then Hugh just called at that perfect moment and expressed that he’d be interested in coming back and doing that one more time. And the content of that conversation , I’m going to let Hugh, because I know it’s inevitable that you and Hugh will talk soon, I’m sure I’ll let Hugh answer it on his own. But he expressed interest in coming back, and then it was my work to bring it back to Kevin Feige one more time and sell it.

For a long time, Ryan Reynolds has been trying to convince Hugh Jackman to reprise his role as Wolverine on a Deadpool team. Jackman previously said he was done playing Wolverine, but has since returned. What this means for the character’s future after Deadpool 3 is unclear. However, the musical actor isn’t expected to be a permanent fixture, so this may turn out to be a one-off unless he makes an appearance in upcoming Marvel Studios projects.

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