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Deadpool 3 is perhaps one of the most eagerly awaited superhero films of the coming year. Ever since its announcement earlier this year, fans have been patiently awaiting any news or glimpses from the set. Unfortunately, we have some rather unfortunate news for those eagerly awaiting Ryan Reynolds‘ film. It seems like Hollywood productions have hit a snag, causing a ripple effect that might push back the release of superhero films as well. Here’s everything we know.

Was Deadpool 3 removed from Disney’s upcoming movie calendar?

Despite being one of Marvel Studios’ anticipated releases, Deadpool 3, which was initially slated for a May 2024 start, could face delays due to the current situation in Hollywood. Immediately following the rapid amalgamation of 20th Century Fox and Disney, and swiftly succeeded by the prompt revelation of Reynolds’ portrayal of Wade Wilson, famously recognized as Deadpool, becoming a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the midst of “The” announcement.The Fantastic Four,” things seemed promising. To the delight of fans, the 46-year-old actor declined the opportunity to reprise his role as Wolverine in Deadpool 3.

Just a few weeks after filming began, the strike initiated by the actors due to unresolved demands led to a halt in production until all union demands were met. Presently, studios and the strike are at odds, leading various studios to consider postponing certain releases due to the unavailability of complete films or TV shows. Deadpool 3 might be one of them. According to’s report, the recently revealed list of Disney’s upcoming cinema releases does not include the franchise’s third installment.

Ryan Reynolds invites Hugh Jackman for a Wrecksham game

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The 47-year-old star and his co-star Hugh Jackman celebrated Wrecksham’s return to the football league. The 54-year-old, fresh from his promotion to MK Dons, participated in the early EFL game against New-Recruits, which marked the team’s return to League Two after 2008, at the Recourse Field.

Meanwhile, Morena Baccarin, Stefan Kapicic, Leslie Uggams, Karan Soni, Rob Delaney, Brianna Hildebrand, Zazie Beetz, and Shioli Kutsuna will reprise their roles from the past two films. Additionally, Emma Corrin and Matthew Macfadyen are ready to join them for their MCU debuts.

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