'Deadpool 3' Writers Have an Idea About Who Should Play Wolverine (And It's Not Hugh Jackman)


 One of the most exciting developments when Kevin Feige announced his plans for Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at Comic-Con 2019 was the arrival of the most famous mutants in comics. The X-Men will make a future appearance in the universe, but that arrival is being done with caution, knowing the enormous responsibility they have on their hands to cast the new actors who will bring beloved characters to life, including Wolverine.

For more than a decade and a half, Wolverine's face has been inseparable from that of Hugh Jackman, who has iconicly portrayed the long-lived mutant with claws. He was an unconventional choice, as he differed physically from the character's description in the comics and was also Australian, not Canadian. But he knew how to overcome prejudices and win applause in movies like Logan.

But Jackman is gone, and Marvel must look to the future. And right now just about everyone who works at Marvel has an opinion on who the next Wolverine should be, such as the Russo's pitching the name Chris Evans. Perhaps the writers of the future Deadpool 3 have something else to say, having in their hands a character highly linked to mutants.

Chris Evans as Wolverine? The directors of 'Avengers: Endgame' want him to return to the UCM as the iconic mutant Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick stopped by The Post-Credit Problem podcast to talk about their latest movie Spiderhead, in addition to commenting on their next job with Marvel as screenwriters of the film that will bring together Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy. While they didn't discuss whether or not there will be X-Men in Deadpool 3, they did share their thoughts on the actor who should play Wolverine.

Deadpool 3 Directed by Shawn Levy With Ryan Reynolds Users 3,2 "It has to be someone shorter this time" the writers suggested, in addition to throwing in a bit of teasing names like "a Zach Galifianakis or Patton Oswalt maybe". Reese and Wernick are going back to basics with the character, looking for someone who is close to the character's canonical 5-foot-6 instead of Jackman's 6-foot-3.

However, both are clear that the actor must meet a special condition that the Australian already had when he was chosen: "Honestly, I would prefer... an unknown person, because Hugh Jackman was reasonably unknown the first time and I think there was an initial reaction [of], 'Oh, he's too tall,' or, 'He doesn't look good,' or, 'What's this about Australia? I think if they're playing their cards right, they should probably make it someone who we've never seen."

At the moment Feige and company do not release pledge on the character or on the project of the mutants, although that does not prevent speculation from proliferating. Right now the most commented rumors talk about Daniel Radcliffe as the favorite for the role of Wolverine. He is not exactly an unknown, but he is 1.65 meters tall, so he is not a bad option.




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