Ryan Reynolds Personally Texted Fans To Stop the Deadpool 3 Spoiler Crisis as Release Date Gets Closer

Ryan Reynolds was not too happy about Deadpool 3 set photos taking rounds on the internet

Ryan Reynolds Personally Texted Fans To Stop the Deadpool 3 Spoiler Crisis as Release Date Gets Closer

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  • Ryan Reynolds personally texted Deadpool fan pages to stop sharing leaked photos and spoilers.
  • The move came after several set photos were shared online, revealing several characters in the film.
  • Reynolds posted his own set of photoshopped leaked images, featuring hilarious cameos.
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Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool 3 is poised to become Marvel’s biggest and only superhero event next year. The project has generated significant anticipation, with fans fervently discussing the film online. Recently, set photos from the movie began circulating online through fan pages, prompting Reynolds to personally message a few fan pages, urging them to refrain from spreading spoilers.

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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

Plans for a third Deadpool movie began back in 2016 but were put on hold after Disney’s acquisition. The character was integrated into the MCU in 2019, leading to the announcement of a new project. In 2022, fan excitement reached its peak when Hugh Jackman announced his return to the role of Wolverine in the film.

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Ryan Reynolds Texts Fans To Stop Spreading Deadpool 3 Spoilers

Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

The leaked set photos from Deadpool 3 filled the internet last week and fans delved into detailed analyses of the photos. Various theories emerged from the photos, and it appears that at least some of them may prove accurate. One of the fan pages, @MutantUpdates, revealed that Ryan Reynolds personally texted them on X, urging them to stop sharing spoilers from the movie.

In their pinned post, the fan page declared that they would no longer share spoilers related to Deadpool 3. They expressed their decision to respect the hard work of Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and director Shawn Levy. They also mentioned the privilege of receiving a personal message from The Adam Project actor himself. They concluded their statement by calling for the preservation of excitement for all fans of the film.

Reynolds also took to his Instagram story to publicly request his fans not to share set photos. In his statement, the Green Lantern actor emphasized the importance of preserving the magic of theatrical movies for audiences. He didn’t blame anyone for sharing spoilers, attributing it to the overall excitement about the film.

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Ryan Reynolds' Instagram story
Ryan Reynolds’ Instagram story

The first leaked photo from the set showed Reynolds’ Deadpool and Jackman’s Wolverine engaged in a fierce battle in a barren land. Another photo also showed a destroyed 20th Century Fox logo. Subsequent photos revealed many elements that proved to be potential spoilers. The leaks included the involvement of characters like X-Men villains Sabretooth and Toad, as well as TVA Minute Men from Loki.

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Ryan Reynolds Shares His Own Deadpool Leaks

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman announcing Deadpool 3
Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman announcing Deadpool 3

Ryan Reynolds also joined fans in sharing Deadpool 3 leaked photos. The Free Guy actor altered some of the recently leaked photos and added a few hilarious cameos. According to Reynolds’ leaks, Deadpool 3 will feature the likes of Predator, Mickey Mouse, and Steve Urkel. While the original leaks included a destroyed 20th Century Fox logo, Reynolds’ leaks included the former short-form streaming platform Quibi’s logo.

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Shawn Levy, executive producer of Stranger Things, will be helming the project, having previously directed Ryan Reynolds’ projects Free Guy and The Adam Project. The film is scheduled for release on July 26, 2024.

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