'Deadpool 3': Ryan Reynolds teases training for MCU debut, reveals 'loudmouth' Deadpool's dance struggles
'Doing a fight sequence is in my bones. I can make a mistake and use that mistake to my advantage at the moment,' said Ryan Reynolds
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: People speculate how Ryan Reynolds is a perfect representation of his reel-life character Deadpool in real life. The 'Free Guy' actor will be making his Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) debut with the third installment of the 'Deadpool' movie franchise and it's already shaping up to be one of the biggest films of Phase Five. 'Deadpool 3' is also set to bring back Hugh Jackman as Wolverine so you know that this sequel will be a must-watch. Along with Jackman and Reynolds, Leslie Uggams will be seen as Blind Al.
The sequel is gearing up to begin filming really soon, with Shawn Levy set to direct, while Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick returned to pen the script. However, the 'Red Notice' actor teased how extensive the training he had to undergo during his MCU debut even though he is not exactly out of shape. Reynolds is no stranger to learning choreography, just check out any of his gleefully gruesome 'Deadpool' fight scenes (it is outrageous and hilarious at the same time). However, the actor mentions that the dance routines were an entirely different kind of evil. Keep reading to know further intricacies.
Reynolds confesses to Entertainment Weekly about his training sessions during 'Deadpool 3', which also happens to be his MCU debut. "Training for a superhero movie is something I've been doing since I was 20, and I'm 46 now," Reynolds told the magazine. "Doing a fight sequence is in my bones. I memorize them very fast. I can make a mistake and use that mistake to my advantage at the moment. Whereas dancing, if I make one mistake, I completely fall apart," he added.
Reynolds' production company Maximum Effort will be co-producing his MCU debut film. The filming is expected to begin around April 2023 in Vancouver, Canada. 'Deadpool 3' is scheduled to be released on November 8, 2024.
The official synopsis of the film reads, "A weary Wolverine finds himself recovering from his injuries when he comes across a loudmouth Deadpool who has time traveled forward to heal his greatest pal in the hopes to befriend the wild beast and teaming up to take down a foe they both have in common."
Further, the Marvel studio unveiled its plans for the next three years, with two new 'Avengers' movies being announced. 'Avengers: The Kang Dynasty' and 'Avengers: Secret Wars' will both make their way into theaters in 2025.