Ryan Reynolds Hilariously Fights Against Endless Deadpool 3 Set Leaks By “Joining in” the Trend

Ryan Reynolds hilariously tackles the circulation of Deadpool 3's leaked images.

ryan reynolds hilariously fights against endless deadpool 3 set leaks by “joining in” the trend

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  • The beginning of production on Deadpool 3 has resulted in a plethora of images being leaked from the sets.
  • Ryan Reynolds, who recently asked fans to stop sharing images and leaks, jokingly joined in with the trend.
  • The actor shared multiple photoshopped images of the Deadpool 3 set and obviously wants the movie to not be spoiled at all.
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With so much anticipation for director Shawn Levy’s Deadpool 3, many leaks have surfaced online giving fans an insight of what is exactly happening on the sets. Now it seems like Ryan Reynolds, the star of the movie, is joining the leakers. With so many leaked images circulating online, Reynolds decided to joke about it by sharing multiple photoshopped images of the sets.

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Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool and Hugh Jackman's Wolverine in Deadpool 3
The official image from Deadpool 3 features Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool and Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine

The actor previously requested fans to not spoil the movie by sharing leaked images online as surprises are a part of the theatrical experience. Since they need to shoot their scenes in a real environment, it is becoming impossible for them to stop people from taking pictures of the sets.

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Ryan Reynolds joked about Deadpool 3 leaks

One of the photoshopped images shared by Ryan Reynolds on his Twitter/X account
One of the photoshopped images shared by Ryan Reynolds on his Twitter/X account

Actor Ryan Reynolds is well-known for his humor and he has everyone laughing once again after he shared his own “leaked” images from the sets of Deadpool 3 on his Instagram as well as Twitter/X account. Before sharing a number of photoshopped images from the sets, Reynolds wrote,

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“Deadpool began with a leak. So I’m joining in. But PLEASE don’t overuse the phrase, ‘Deadpool Leaks’ because it might screw up search results if anyone is looking for Deadpool leaks or Deadpool spoilers or perhaps, Deadpool Scoops. #DeadpoolLeaks #DeadpoolSpoiler #DeadpoolScoop”

Some say it is a clever way to take away the spotlight from the real leaked images. Deadpool 3, which will feature Jackman as Wolverine once again, was slowed down due to the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. With the strike out of the way, the filming resumed in late November, however, it is hard for the filmmakers to hide the sets from the public as they are filming in real locations.

Also read: Deadpool 3 May Have Secretly Confirmed a Loki Connection That Can Bring Back Robert Downey Jr.

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Ryan Reynolds doesn’t want people to spoil the movie

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

In a recent Instagram story, Reynolds requested his fans to stop circulating the leaked images as it spoils the movie experience for many fans. The actor said,

“Surprises are part of the magic of theatrical movies – It is important for us to shoot the new Deadpool film in real, natural environments, using practical effects as opposed to making the movie indoors and digitally,” adding, “Telephoto lenses continue to spoil surprises and create a difficult situation for everyone.”

After facing several delays, Deadpool 3 is finally scheduled to be released in the United States on July 26, 2024, and is all set to be integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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