Director James Mangold reacted to the news of Huge Jackman reprising his role as Wolverine with a tweet that was beginning to controversy before the director doused the flames with a follow-up post.

Mangold directed Jackman in two Wolverine movies 2013’s moderately well-received The Wolverine and its Academy Award-nominated 2017 follow-up movie Logan.

The film is designed as a Western drama in the vein of The Last of Us and Children of Men, which became very popular, grossing over $600 million worldwide and scoring Jackman the best movie and reviews of his superhero film career.

It also served as a swan song for a character that he’d been playing for 17 years. But Ryan Reynolds surprised everyone on 28 October when he announced that Jackman would return as Wolverine in the upcoming movie Deadpool 3.

In a video brimming with trademark humor and boasting marketing acumen. Reynolds said that he had spent a long time with brainstorm Deadpool’s debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But he had failed.

The only bright idea he had was the one he was going to execute. Jackman walked across the frame behind him, and Reynolds asked, “Hey, Hugh, want to play Wolverine one more time?” Jackman replied without looking up, “Yeah, sure, Ryan.”

The fans are very surprised by the news, everyone had said their final goodbyes to Jackman’s version of the character five years ago. Official Website: Deadpool 3

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