Ryan Reynolds joined by several original cast members to return for Marvel’s ‘Deadpool 3’
Marvel confirms cast of ‘Deadpool 3′, with real-life “nemesis” Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman at the helm.
‘Deadpool 3′ is set to begin production in the spring and summer of 2023, and Marvel has confirmed many of the cast members will appear in the long-awaited return.
Who are the returning cast members?
The film starring Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman continues to round out its cast with familiar faces.
Audiences can anticipate the return of Ryan Reynolds as the title character and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine — in fact, the two are already having a social media standoff over who is working out harder in preparation for shooting the film.
After announcing the return of Morena Baccarin as Vanessa and Stefan Kapicic as Colossus, Marvel now adds Rob Delaney as Peter, the powerless member of the X-Force. Leslie Uggams as Blind Al and Karan Soni and Dopinder will also return, and Rob Delaney is set to reprise his role as Peter.
Still to be confirmed are the return of Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Rusty Collins as Julian Dennison, Josh Brolin as Cable, and Zazie Beetz as Domino.
‘Deadpool 3′ is directed by Shawn Levy, with a script by the writers of the first two installments, Rheet Reese and Paul Wenick.
What’s ‘Deadpool 3′ about?
The third installment of the saga will be the first R-rated film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, marking a new beginning for the franchise.
The movie picks up where the last sequel left off, with Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, who travels back in time to save Wolverine — played by his frenemy Hugh Jackman.
Deadpool must use Cable’s time travel machine to get to Wolverine and save him before his death in 2029.
Adventures ensue, and the superhero duo find themselves lost in the “Multiverse”, as villain Mobius chases them in hot pursuit.