Wait a minute. Can you hear that? It's the sound of Marvel's Multiverse shenanigans gearing up (again). As if triple Spider-Man and a trio of Dr. Stranges wasn't enough, Ryan Reynolds has finally spilled the beans on Deadpool's arrival to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he isn't alone – Hugh Jackman's Wolverine is coming along for the ride, too.
You'd be forgiven for having superhero fatigue by now – and that's coming from someone that's seen every film, show, and read a decent number of the comic book runs on which they are based. It's a lot, a lot is going on, and honestly, the point where it became hard to keep up with it all has long passed.
If you're anything like me, the MCU holds you in bondage, and not keeping up to date, just isn't an option (he types with this week's She-Hulk episode open in another tab).
Well, gear up; more multiverse madness is underway with Deadpool's arrival in the MCU via Deadpool 3; and thanks to actor and producer Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman's Logan (a.k.a Wolverine) will be co-starring.
Announced in true Reynolds style via Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and the rest, Deadpool 3 finally has a release date, as well as the promise of Logan.
How, you say? Logan died! Well, yeah, that's true, but this is Phase 4 (+5 and 6) that we're talking about. It's better not to ask questions and just watch the madness unfold.
While many of us fear that the House of Mouse may hurt the foul-mouthed, uber-crude franchise, we'll just have to wait and see when Deadpool 3 lands in cinemas on September 6, 2024. Buckle up.