Apparently Hugh Jackman doesn’t want to lose his record; no one else was seen as often as the same cartoon character. In any case, he has nothing against a brief appearance of Wolverine in “Deadpool” with Ryan Reynolds.
The “X-Men” movie series has long since become outdated for casual viewers. It started in 2000 with “X-Men,” and now there are sequels, prequels, and spin-offs. But there is also a constant: the man who has made at least one mini-appearance in all the previous films in the series, the man with the swords and the characteristic beard: Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman. With “Deadpool” comes a spinoff movie from February 18, 2016, in which Wolverine does not appear, but the eponymous Mutant, played by Ryan Reynolds. However, MTV revealed to Hugh Jackman that he could at least stop by.
“Wolverine and Deadpool are definitely enemies in the comics. They’re always good at messing with each other, so I’d be open to the idea. “
Ryan Reynolds played the mutant killer Deadpool for the first time in the spin-off “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009). He then personally campaigned for the making of his own movie “Deadpool.”
Hugh Jackman can be seen from Thursday March 5, 2015 in “Chappie,” the new sci-fi work from “District 9” director Neill Blomkamp, the “stylish sci-fi gangsta response to” Drei Men und a baby ‘”(FILMSTARTS review).