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Deadpool 3 could begin filming next year, says Ryan Reynolds

Actor Ryan Reynolds has announced that there is a “pretty damn good” chance that Deadpool 3 could begin filming next year.

With Reynolds’ latest movie ‘Free Guy’ being released on the 13th of August, the Canadian actor predicts that filming will get going in 2022.

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Reynolds, who plays the role of Deadpool AKA Wade Wilson, initially estimated that there is a 50/50 chance of the movie’s production going ahead next year while speaking to Collider.

After thinking about his prediction, Reynolds followed up with, “What the hell month is it? August? Oh next year? Probably pretty damn good. I’d say 70 percent.”

With Deadpool 1 making $783.1 million and its sequel making $786.5 million, the movies have proven to be nothing but successful.

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With the latest movie being released over three years ago, fans have been left in anticipation for more time than they were between the first and second movies, which had a two-year gap between them.

It seems that our luck is beginning to turn, with South Park releasing 14 new movies, two of which being released this year, James Bond: No Time To Die being released in October, Jackass Forever being released this September, and now a new Deadpool movie. How can you complain about that?

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