DEADPOOL 3 Star Hugh Jackman Shares Big Update On Production After Dropping Impressive Workout Video

DEADPOOL 3 Star Hugh Jackman Shares Big Update On Production After Dropping Impressive Workout Video DEADPOOL 3 Star Hugh Jackman Shares Big Update On Production After Dropping Impressive Workout Video

With the Hollywood strikes finally over, Deadpool 3 star Hugh Jackman has taken to social media to share a few exciting updates as Marvel Studios prepares to get cameras rolling on the MCU threequel again.

By JoshWilding - Nov 20, 2023 09:11 AM EST
Filed Under: Deadpool 3

Deadpool 3 looks set to be the movie which puts the MCU, and the Multiverse Saga, back on the right track. We've heard it will lead directly into the next Avengers movies, making it an incredibly important chapter in this era of storytelling. 

Beyond that, it's also Marvel Studios' first R-Rated movie and the long-awaited Deadpool threequel which will see Hugh Jackman play Wolverine - in a comic-accurate costume - for the first time since he stepped down from the role in 2017's Logan

Now, it appears work is finally close to resuming on Deadpool 3 in the UK. 

It started with Jackman sharing an impressive workout video making it clear that, now the SAG-AFTRA strike is over, he's wasting no time getting back into Wolverine shape for his MCU debut. 

Yesterday evening, the actor revealed he'd met with director Shawn Levy for an "important production meeting." While we're guessing the two friends and longtime collaborators were simply catching up, there's a good chance at least a few changes were made to Deadpool 3 after the WGA strike concluded which needed to be discussed.

Now, Jackman has shared yet another update, this time confirming he's back in London and preparing to resume shooting imminently. There have been rumblings in recent days that cameras are going to start rolling again before Thanksgiving, so this bodes well for Marvel Studios' only 2024 movie. 

Whether we're getting more set photos remains to be seen, though it's certainly possible after both Reynolds and Jackman were spotted suited up as Deadpool and Wolverine in a location which appeared to be doubling for The Void earlier this year.

Alongside Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, Deadpool franchise vets Karan Soni (Dopinder), Leslie Uggams (Blind Al), Morena Baccarin (Vanessa), Stefan Kapicic (Colossus), Brianna Hildebrand (Negasonic Teenage Warhead), Shioli Kutsuna (Yukio), and Rob Delaney (Peter) are all set to return in this threequel.

Emma Corrin is expected to play Cassandra Nova, while Matthew Macfadyen will likely take on the role of a TVA agent named Paradox. It's also been confirmed that Jennifer Garner will reprise her role as Elektra, with Liev Schreiber, James Marsden, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, singer Taylor Swift (potentially as Dazzler), and even Loki's Owen Wilson expected to appear.

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RoberTiger - 11/20/2023, 9:55 AM
This just in... Guy named Hugh Jackman is a huge jacked man.
lazlodaytona - 11/20/2023, 11:35 AM
@RoberTiger - Hugh just seems like a genuinely cool guy. Am very glad he's coming back.
gambgel - 11/20/2023, 9:57 AM
not mentioning almost all the male rumored characters/X-Men except the women rumored too :|
Gabimaru - 11/20/2023, 10:04 AM
This is literally MCU's saving grace next year
Origame - 11/20/2023, 10:07 AM
@Gabimaru - and the funny thing is it's all about characters and storyline they had nothing to do with 🤣

Reminds me of how their only phase 4 movie to break a billion was a movie technically owned by Sony

Gabimaru - 11/20/2023, 10:45 AM
@Origame - It's a shame too. before, other studio *cough* sony *cough* are piggybacking the success of the creation of other studio. now it's the other way around.
Origame - 11/20/2023, 11:13 AM
@Gabimaru - ?si=wyrbGhv-EiG5mumz
TheOtherOn - 11/21/2023, 1:39 AM
@Gabimaru - Sony produced the original Spiderman trilogy too, one could argue Marvel's "success" came to be after that trilogy being huge and of course The Dark Knight changing the way Comicbook movies are perceived by general audience.

HammerLegFoot - 11/20/2023, 10:05 AM
Is he skipping leg day?
braunermegda - 11/20/2023, 10:07 AM
@HammerLegFoot - the exercise he is doing is literally a leg exercise, although it also reaches back muscles and biceps, but stiff is mainly focused on quadriceps
HammerLegFoot - 11/20/2023, 10:11 AM
@braunermegda - his legs just look so small. They look "in shape" they just look small to me.
RedFury - 11/20/2023, 10:35 AM
@HammerLegFoot - it's hard to grow massive legs unless genetics are on your side. I guarantee he's got a lot of power in those legs still.
garu - 11/20/2023, 11:12 AM
@HammerLegFoot - He's literally doing deadlifts in the video, this is why y'all don't know jackshit about working out lmao
MahN166A - 11/20/2023, 1:12 PM
@HammerLegFoot -

The deadlift is a compound lift that works all leg and lower back muscles.

The lack of size you are referring to, is probably due to his protein intake probably only being an element of maintenance as opposed to bulking. Seeing what he looked like in previous films, he clearly has good genetics. But at the same time we also know the Hollywood machine feeds Steroids to its actors that plays a significant factor.

That said, Jackman is lifting a significant volume despite not having “large legs”.

His genetics and primarily more so his diet would dictate how his body takes shape after his routines. And since he talks about only sticks to a shred diet of chicken and broccoli, he maintains a sleek and shredded aesthetic.
Calorie intake (whether it’s Surplus or Deficit) and Macro and Micro counting will be the determining factors of how your body progresses.
That is what a lot of people (including you) don’t understand about bodybuilding. It’s more so about the 70% diet and 30% of weightlifting.
HammerLegFoot - 11/20/2023, 1:43 PM
@HammerLegFoot - Yall I am sorry for saying is he skipping led day, I clearly see the dude is working his legs. I was just sayin his legs look little.
MahN166A - 11/20/2023, 1:52 PM
@HammerLegFoot -

That is why you had the response you did. You keep saying his legs look little when it’s obvious you have no knowledge of body composition and bodybuilding, and you feel you can assess his legs.

It’s like anyone can tell, that you are the person who buys a $50 Planet Fitness membership when the New Year rolls around and you only go 2 days a week, walking on a treadmill for 20 minutes, takes a selfie, and goes, “Getting these gains!”

All you have to do, if you don’t know what you are talking about in this field? Don’t assess others.
HammerLegFoot - 11/20/2023, 2:01 PM
@MahN166A - Are you ok?
MahN166A - 11/20/2023, 2:09 PM
@HammerLegFoot -

Good job for holding yourself accountable. That is what a lot of people like to do nowadays. They like to avoid that. Let me know how your fitness journey is going soon, alright? Make sure you show us what your legs look like. We wanna see progress!
We’re rootin for you man!
HulkisHoly - 11/22/2023, 6:01 PM
@HammerLegFoot -

These gym bros are talking out of their butts. Look up old photos and videos of Hugh; he’s ALWAYS had tiny legs and it’s not cuz they aren’t strong or being worked out, but just his natural genetics.
HammerLegFoot - 11/24/2023, 6:09 AM
@HulkisHoly - Thank you. I did go back and look at pics and I was like yea his legs were always little. Especially in origins.
HulkisHoly - 11/24/2023, 1:28 PM
@HammerLegFoot -

You’re welcome.
I try to bring clarity when I can.
vectorsigma - 11/20/2023, 10:07 AM
But The Marvels flopped and it is trailing The Flash on the number of articles about its failure
WhatIfRickJames - 11/20/2023, 10:20 AM
@vectorsigma - yeah, no one cares that the Marvels flopped. Everyone cares that The Flash flopped. What an enormous disappointment it was that the Flash underperformed spectacularly.
lazlodaytona - 11/20/2023, 11:40 AM
@WhatIfRickJames - dude, you are absolutely wrong and your bias is ridiculous. The level of failure The Marvels has achieved (and, I take no pride in that statement because I want EVERY comicbook film to succeed to help the genre) has been epically bad. Yes, The Flash did not perform well either but most knew it would not going in due to reshoots, delays, and its embattled star. The Marvels had nothing against it except it was a female led film and that is a pathetic excuse for its failure.

There are many who will defend the Flash (I thought it was pretty good; not great but not as bad as "the nerds" make it out to be) but it is RARE to see someone online saying The Marvels was amazing.
WhatIfRickJames - 11/20/2023, 12:23 PM
@lazlodaytona - bro, relax. Just trying to troll a troll, lol
Deadinside - 11/20/2023, 5:01 PM
@WhatIfRickJames - Oh yeah, well, just stop it!
You're just out here being Mr. Troll Troller...Mr. Trolly Trollington...!☮😜
WhatIfRickJames - 11/20/2023, 5:23 PM
@Deadinside -
Jackraow21 - 11/20/2023, 10:08 AM
#MyWolverineIsFrickinHUGE :)
Kurne - 11/20/2023, 10:20 AM
I just want to move on from Hugh already man. The longer he stays the more stubborn people get over refusing to see anyone else in the role, and it was already pretty bad before he was even brought back for DP3.
RedFury - 11/20/2023, 10:41 AM
@Kurne - it really makes me hope that they've got a good plan of how they want to do the next Wolverine. Something that gives them the confidence to just let Hugh have his fun in the role for the end of this overarching storyline in the MCU.

Maybe I'm just being too optimistic here but if they give us a comic-accurate Wolverine after Jackman, it'll be different enough to stand out on its own.
Jackraow21 - 11/20/2023, 10:54 AM
@RedFury - I think they do. Seems clear Hugh's Wolverine will be a variant, not the core MCU Logan. I think of him like the Old Man Logan variant who was kicking around the 616 Marvel U after the 2015 Secret Wars comic book event. He came to the 616 for awhile, then went back to his future and died. If his variant is indeed the FOX version, that could work nicely; with him coming over sometime after the happy ending of DoFP set in 2023, having this multiversal adventure in the 616 MCU, then going back to his own timeline before the tragic events of Logan happen in 2029. Would tie things together quite nicely, and make Jackman's second departure from the Wolverine character equally as memorable by just doubling down on the Logan ending, as that's his true definitive ending and we get say a bittersweet second farewell to him as the audience knows when he goes back to his timeline (likely at the end of Avengers: Secret Wars) that he's going to die. Man, that would actually be PERFECT honestly. And then they can bring in their MCU version of Wolverine who is likely younger, and probably a good bit shorter, and I think audiences will accept him.
MosquitoFarmer - 11/20/2023, 11:01 AM
@Kurne - I think people are fine seeing someone else in the role, especially the folks that actually complain about such things. But it's also still really exciting to see him in this film under the circumstances.
ShortandAngry - 11/20/2023, 11:15 AM
@Jackraow21 - 1000% agree. This is the emotional impact I need from this Wolverine’s end.
Jackraow21 - 11/20/2023, 11:40 AM
@ShortandAngry - Exactly! Would be quite awesome if done right, and ripped right from the comics too.
lazlodaytona - 11/20/2023, 11:47 AM
@Kurne - I understand that to be Hugh and to have been around as the character since the beginning of the comic-movie boon is something special. I'm not a big Marvel guy so I don't understand the hate towards Jackman being the character (like, he's too tall? who friggin' cares?!) It's a very cool fan service and the general public will think it's pretty great to see Ryan and Hugh together.
Cyclonus - 11/20/2023, 3:52 PM
@Jackraow21 - Agreed! To me they need to have Jack just be the Old Man Logan version of Wolverine and then have different/main Wolverine for the MCU.
Jackraow21 - 11/20/2023, 7:57 PM
@lazlodaytona - The number of people who care about Wolverine’s height is very small. They’re just very vocal about it on the internet. Most moviegoers don’t know or care that he’s short in the comics, and even people I know who read comics and do know this don’t care.
Blastaar - 11/22/2023, 1:22 AM
@lazlodaytona - Because being short is an integral part of the character's image. That's like making Colossus or short dude.

Wolverines are known for being ferocious, and resilient LITTLE animals that have been known to take down animals several times their size, the size of a Wolverine is the most impressive part of the animal. Hence why the character was named Wolverine, not just because of the claws.
lazlodaytona - 11/22/2023, 5:40 AM
@Blastaar - well. ok. you put it like that it makes sense. thanks man
Blastaar - 11/22/2023, 10:54 AM
@lazlodaytona - No problem, a lot of people don't care because they don't understand the nuances of certain characters, and those nuances are very important, whether it be a visual or personality trait. Comic book characters are very image based because its a very visual media.

Taking away some visual attributes of certain characters can take away why the character is named how he/she is in the first place.
Sometimes its not integral to the character's name but is still important, like Cyclops is SUPPOSED to be a tall, slim, and handsome but athletic dude, is this why he's named Cyclops, obviously no but the way he looks defines A LOT about him. Scott Summers would be an ectomorph in body type.
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