Ryan Reynolds is hopeful that 'Deadpool & Wolverine' will positively impact the MCU's future.

As the actor praises the film, it seems likely his character will appear in future MCU movies.

Recently, Reynolds shared an intriguing hint about Deadpool's future in the MCU on his Instagram, too.

Ryan Reynolds, the actor playing Deadpool in the upcoming Deadpool & Wolverine movie, is very hopeful about how this film could change the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the better. This is the third Deadpool movie and his first time bringing the character into the MCU.

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Ryan Reynolds’ in a still from Deadpool & Wolverine (Credits: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

This highly anticipated team-up movie is believed by many to be a big deal for the MCU. And the star’s enthusiasm is so strong that he proclaims the film to be the best movie he has ever done. 

Reynolds Had a Blast Filming Deadpool & Wolverine

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman
Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman in Deadpool & Wolverine (Credits: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Ryan Reynolds talked about his experience working on Deadpool & Wolverine. Reynolds admitted that filming the movie was challenging, but he shared how happy he is with the final product. He also had a great time working with his co-star and friend, Hugh Jackman. The Deadpool actor said: 

It swallows my life whole, so, it’s daunting. I sort of have to mentally prepare that I’m not gonna be home as much, I’m not gonna see my kids and all that stuff. At the end of the day, I’m so happy with it. It’s the best movie I’ve ever done. [Hugh] and I had the most fun we’ve ever had on a film.

Reynolds loves that Deadpool & Wolverine centers on friendship — a theme he thinks will connect with audiences. This focus on friendship made filming especially fun for him. He added: 

I love making movies that bring true joy. The underpinning of this is friendship. I love everything about this [movie], every emotional aspect of the movie I love. 

In Deadpool & Wolverine, Wade Wilson (Deadpool) and Logan (Wolverine) team up for an important Multiverse-altering mission assigned by the Time Variance Authority (TVA). This adventure could change the entire multiverse. Jackman returns as Wolverine after his character’s farewell in the 2017 movie Logan, which changes the direction from  Reynolds’ original idea.

This film is also special because it’s the first R-rated movie in the MCU, keeping the same edgy style as the previous Deadpool movies made by 20th Century Fox. Now, as the actor speaks highly of the film, it looks like there are prospects his character will feature in upcoming MCU movies. He recently hinted at it as well.

Deadpool & Wolverine Paves the Way for Deadpool’s MCU Future

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds are excited for Deadpool 3
Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds (Credits: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Deadpool & Wolverine is Ryan Reynolds’ big debut in the MCU, but he might have hinted that Deadpool could play a bigger role in Avengers 5. Even though Deadpool first hit the big screen in 2016, and Reynolds played a very different version of the character in X-Men Origins: Wolverine back in 2009, Deadpool hasn’t officially been part of the MCU until now.

When Disney bought Fox in 2019, it opened the door for Deadpool to team up with other famous Marvel heroes. Recently, Reynolds shared an interesting hint about Deadpool’s future in the MCU on his Instagram. He posted a short video of the Avengers logo on a blue flag, but with a spray-painted anarchist symbol over it. This might be a clue that Deadpool will be in the 2026 sequel, Avengers 5. The character’s role in Avengers 5 will surely change the movie’s dynamics.

Although the 47-year-old’s Instagram post doesn’t confirm Deadpool’s appearance in the next Avengers movie, it strongly hints at it. Besides acting, Reynolds is famous for his smart marketing and social media presence. He’s careful with what he posts and knows how to get people talking.

Deadpool & Wolverine is set to hit theaters on July 26!

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