Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman confirm Deadpool 3 has finished filming – trailer soon?


Ryan Reynolds has publicly confirmed that his Deadpool 3 movie has officially finished filming – which means that its first teaser trailer could potentially be ready in time for next month’s Super Bowl.

Reynolds took to social media to celebrate the sequel’s filming wrapping up.

Hugh Jackman – who co-stars alongside Reynolds as his iconic X-Men character Wolverine – also took to social media to celebrate the filming being all wrapped up.

Reynolds began his post by writing: “The suit hides the blood. Also sweat…”

He also shared a new behind-the-scenes look at his suit, to compliment his message.

He continued: “But today, with Deadpool wrapping, it’s mostly tears. A giant and forever thanks to the cast and crew of our film who battled wind, rain, strikes and Hugh Jackman.”

He added: “All under the stalwart leadership of Shawn Levy,” the director of Deadpool 3.

Levy has worked with both Reynolds and Jackman in the past – in projects such as 2011’s Jackman-led Real Steel and 2021’s Reynolds-led Free Guy.

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Jackman wrote: “What a ride! I’ve loved every minute of making this movie”

He continued by somewhat jokingly adding: “Well … not the 4a training or the steamed fish and veg 4 x a day for 6 months but the other 93.2%.”

He added: “A collective thank you to the entire cast and crew. You are all aces!”

“If you’re reading this and think I mean you, I do. To two of my best mates Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy,” he said.

He continued: “I literally couldn’t have done this without you. LITERALLY! July 26th can’t come soon enough. Time to shave.”

Attached to his message was a video of him having his Wolverine beard shaved off.

Although the date for the first Deadpool 3 trailer has yet to be revealed – it could potentially drop during next month’s Super Bowl, an event that is famously known for featuring various spots and trailers for highly anticipated titles.

This year’s Super Bowl is on February 11 – keep your eyes peeled.

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