Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool meets Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in a new piece of X-Men crossover art that many fans hope will tease things to come.
Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool meets Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in a new play X-Men Crossover art. It’s no secret that Reynolds has been pushing for his beloved, lazy character to move on with Jackman’s mutated hero since 2016 Dead Pool. While Deadpool and Wolverine have history in Marvel Comics, the two have only appeared on screen together X-Men Origins: Wolverinewhich didn’t do justice to Wade Wilson’s character (to say the least). Jackman and Reynolds have been inextricably linked since that movie, and they shoot each other on social media or the Dead Pool Franchise.
After playing Wolverine eight times, Jackman essentially became the face of Fox’s X-Men Franchise. In the R-Rated 2017 Logan, Jackman said goodbye to Weapon X, thanks in part to the success of Dead Poolwho paved the way for many mainstream R-rated comic films. That being said, many Marvel fans were disappointed that Jackman was eliminated, just as the idea of Logan and Wade trading F-bombs seemed plausible. Unfortunately, Jackman has insisted that he won’t do such a project regardless of Disney / Marvel Studios’ takeover of Fox, which allows characters like Wolverine and Deadpool to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Digital artist César recently shared some artwork on Instagram imagining a variety of iconic character crossovers. This included mash-ups from Harley Quinn and Cruella, through to Back to the Future and Loki. Some of these crossover images show Jackman’s Wolverine and Reynolds’ Deadpool à la X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and Logan. Check them out below:
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Although Jackman seems to be hanging up his claws for good, the fandom is still awaiting the implementation of. through the MCU X-Men Mutants and the Fantastic Four. Reynolds recently made his “MCU Debut” alongside Korg in a promotional video for Free guy. Marvel Studios is making headway with its first R-rated film, Deadpool 3, presumably from the character’s meta-nature to negate continuity issues. The MCU’s exploration of the multiverse concept via Loki, Spider-Man: No way home and Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness eventually makes it possible for Deadpool to show up anywhere, anytime.
In Phase 4 of the MCU, Disney + ‘s Loki and What if…? introduced concepts such as alternative timelines and variants. No way home is already applying these concepts by bringing back villains from previous Sony franchises including Alfred Molinas Doc Ock and Jamie Foxxs Electro. It is also heavily rumored that their respective Spider-Men, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, are showing up. Reynolds undoubtedly sees the narrative potential of all of this and probably has Jackman with at least one X-Men Cameo in Deadpool 3. It’s hard to imagine Kevin Feige and his company not allowing the Deadpool / Wolverine crossover that everyone wants, as fans would surely flock to see it.
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