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Ryan Reynolds Is Trying To Change Hugh Jackman’s Mind About A Wolverine-Deadpool Movie

All Hugh Jackman wants is to retire his adamantium claws, but Ryan Reynolds (and everyone else, TBH) just won’t let him. Despite the fact that the 48-year-old Aussie has said on record that Logan will mark his final film appearance as Wolverine, Jackman is now second-guessing his retirement—thanks to his good friend Reynolds’ persistence.

A new Variety profile of the charismatic Deadpool star includes a hint from Jackman that he might be willing to join Reynolds (again) for the Wolverine-Deadpool team-up the entire internet has been waiting for.

“I’m hesitating,” Jackman said when asked about a potential Wolverine-Deadpool movie, “because I could totally see how that’s the perfect fit. But the timing may be wrong.”

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However, if there’s one thing that Deadpool‘s surprising success has taught us about Reynolds, it’s that this Canadian smartass doesn’t give up easily. “I have no idea if I can change his mind,” Reynolds told Variety. “It’s the audience: I would exclusively exploit that relationship to get Hugh back for another one.”

Recently, reports surfaced that Deadpool would crash Logan‘s post-credits sequence, but both Reynolds and Jackman have refuted the claim, reasoning that, tonally, the two just wouldn’t gel. That said, Reynolds isn’t giving up hope on a Wolverine-Deadpool movie, telling EW he thinks the two Marvel antiheroes would “light the screen on fire.”

They’d sure light something on fire.

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