1 Deadpool and Wolverine Arc is So Brutal, Even Ryan Reynolds Would Think Twice Before Applying It Into Live-Action

Deadpool and Wolverine's worst adventure got them pulverized to bits.

1 Deadpool and Wolverine Arc is So Brutal, Even Ryan Reynolds Would Think Twice Before Applying It Into Live-Action

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  • 'Deadpool' movies involved a lot of bloody actions and hardcore violence.
  • An arc from the comics saw Deadpool and Wolverine test the limit of their healing powers.
  • Shawn Levy promised fans that the upcoming third film will remain R-rated.
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Deadpool is known for its bloodlust action, foul-mouthed characters, and graphic scenes that involve n*dity, inappropriate gestures, and violence. As if fans think they have already seen it all in the two previous films, there is an interesting arc where Wade Wilson’s and Logan’s healing factors are put to the test.

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Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool

The upcoming third installment will see Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman finally share the screen for an epic adventure that will involve a lot of action, humor, and the multiverse.

Deadpool And Wolverine’s Most Gruesome Plight

Even after the release of Deadpool & Wolverine’s official teaser, there is still no confirmation as to the storyline that Marvel Studios adapted to the big screen, so it’s more likely that fans will just have to see it firsthand once the movie comes out.

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One of the most famous and earth-shattering arcs in the comics is too wicked and shockingly abominable to be translated into film. For sure, even Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman would feel too sick to act the story out.

Comics Unlocked from YouTube shared a video clip entitled Wolverine Pushes Deadpool’s Healing Factor To The Limit where patience was not the only thing tested, but also the regeneration abilities of Wade Wilson and Logan.

Deadpool and Wolverine are trapped in a cage made of adamantium. With Deadpool’s humorous side starting to show, Wolverine cannot take it anymore and shuts Wade up. He then notices a switch on the other side of the room which gives him an idea.”

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Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in Deadpool 3

In this part, fans won’t believe what Wolverine did to his beloved pal:

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Without hesitation, Wolverine proceeds to slice Wade into two pieces so that he could fit him through the gap in their cell. He throws Wade outside and waits for him to flip the switch that would release them from their confinement, but the duo are recaptured again where they are pulverized by a magnetic blender.”

Here’s the checkpoint where readers can have a moment to breathe and take that all in.

However, their healing factors kick in, but instead of becoming their normal selves, they combine into a disturbing mess of flesh and adamantium.”

How Marvel Comics thought of that story is beyond anyone’s mental capacity. No matter how brutal the existing movies are, they are not as vomit-inducing as this one.

Shawn Levy Promised Hardcore Violence In Deadpool 3

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Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool

Even though the upcoming third installment won’t likely adapt the aforementioned story arc, director Shawn Levy previously assured fans via Collider that the Merc with a Mouth will keep the same level of foul language and carnage in the movie.

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We are writing, rewriting, developing, prepping Deadpool every day now. It is such a blast to laugh every day. It is so delicious to hear and write and come up with these scenes where people are just talking foul. And the violence is in your face and hardcore, and it’s very much a Deadpool movie.”

As fans know it, it’s not a Deadpool film if there are no dismembered limbs flying off the air. Make sure to catch the movie in theaters this July 26, 2024.

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Written by Ariane Cruz

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Ariane Cruz, Senior Content Writer. She has been contributing articles for FandomWire since 2021, mostly covering stories about geek pop culture. With a degree in Communication Arts, she has an in-depth knowledge of print and broadcast journalism. Her other works can also be seen on Screen Rant and CBR.