The 63-year old might have handed in his license to kill years ago, but his recent meet up with two Marvel stars has people speculating over one vacancy
While the X-Men bounty hunter has hundreds of plot points that outline his narrative at large, the filmmakers are going to simplify his role in the Marvel sequel.
As the hype continues to build for the Marvel follow up, writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese have confirmed that two superheroes and a fan favorite will be back for the sequel.
While the Marvel franchise enjoys more limelight via their star Ryan Reynolds on the awards red carpet, the search continues to cast his ally on the big screen.
After securing a brand new director following from some behind-the-scenes setbacks, the R-rated Marvel franchise is going from strength to strength during the awards season.
Speaking with the press in the lead up to the Golden Globes this Sunday, the Australian sat down with Variety to talk about his Marvel superhero and what the future may hold.
As a bi-product of being so popular, the R-rated Marvel smash hit won over those that like to consume their movies on the download stream to be pirated more than any other in the year just gone.
After reporting that Ryan Reynolds shot some sequences for Logan, both the film's director and James Mangold have come out to deny the rumor.
The Marvel mates are known for taking jibes at each other in good spirits and the Aussie used the Deadpool star's moment in the sun to poke some more fun at his expense on social media.
Sitting down with Taraji P. Henson for Variety's Actors on Actors show, the Deadpool star opened up with one of his peers to talk his career - including his most vulnerable moments
The 46-year old actor and filmmaker gave his thoughts on the availability of Tim Miller, arguing that he would be the perfect fit to cross the Marvel and DC divide.
The action aficionado will transition from the hard-hitting Keanu Reeves franchise to the Marvel world next to Ryan Reynolds