‘Deadpool 3′ has begun production despite the ongoing writers’ strike.

The Marvel blockbuster sequel, which will see Ryan Reynolds reprise his role as the wisecracking mercenary alongside Hugh Jackman returning as Logan/Wolverine, has resumed production despite the Writers Guild of America going on strike for the third week in a row in an attempt to secure a better compensation from studios.

While many shows and movies have paused production till the strike is over, actor Stefan Kapicic stated on his Instagram Story that filming is still going on.

While a script was most likely already completed before to filming, the process is nevertheless strongly influenced by the WGA strike.

According to Collider, a contract between the writers and the studio requires the cast to strictly adhere to the screenplay.

Normally, writers are present on set to make any necessary changes, but this will not be the case.

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It also means Reynolds, whose quips are an essential element of the role, will be unable to improvise any lines while the strike is still in effect.

The film is planned to be released in 2024, and fans are anxious to see Jackman reprise his role as Wolverine in a fresh setting.

Reynolds recently revealed his desire to include the ‘X-Men’ character in the ‘Deadpool’ franchise.

“We’ve wanted this for decades… it’s strangely the perfect time,” he told ET Canada.

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“I never gave up (trying to convince him to return as Wolverine).” Over the years, I had been bugging him like a gnat.

“I believe in timing as much as I do in hard work, luck, and all those supposed intersections.” The most important factor is timing. I believe he was prepared. “I believe he was excited.”


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