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Rumor: Deadpool is Going to Appear in Logan

written by Jake Tanner December 28, 2016
black and white portrait of Hugh Jackman as Logan

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Ryan Reynolds and Logan director James Mangold are denying the rumors being spread by TheWrap’s report. So take this rumor with a grain of salt!

Here comes Deadpool!

It’s a (belated) Christmas miracle! Ryan Reynolds has recently said how much he’d love to appear in a movie with Hugh Jackman/Wolverine. It sounds like he’s going to get his wish according to TheWrap.

The report says that Reynolds was recently spotted on the set of Logan, and that he’s there to film a scene. Whether or not this is a scene for the actual film or for a post-credits appearance, you can bet that they’re going to have some fun with it.

The last time these two appeared in a movie together (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) it didn’t end well for Wade Wilson/Deadpool. Deadpool’s standalone film made light of that situation multiple times. Hopefully his appearance in Logan will make amends for the travesty that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Logan is set to release March 3rd, 2017. The film will pull elements from the classic comic series, Old Man Logan.

Logan’s Synopsis:

In 2024, mutant births are severely in decline, and people aren’t sure why. A government-type operation is turning mutant children into killing machines. From this, Logan emerges as a mentor to a mutant girl, who has two claws instead of his three.

FOX seems to know that they really screwed up Deadpool in the Origins film. Logan is following suit of the standalone Deadpool movie and will be rated R. I think we’ll be seeing more R-Rated superhero films after Deadpool became the highest grossing R-Rated movie of all time.

What do you guys think of the news? How do you think Deadpool will appear in Logan? My guess would be it will be post credits. Logan seems like it will be pretty dark, and I’m not sure how Wade Wilson would fit into a movie like that, but I could be wrong. We’d love to hear your thoughts, so join in on the conversation in the comments below and tell us what you think!

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