Deadpool hilariously interrupted Hugh Jackman while he was recording a birthday message

Deadpool hilariously interrupted Hugh Jackman while he was recording a birthday message

Deadpool hilariously interrupted Hugh Jackman while he was recording a birthday message

Hugh Jackman took to social media on Friday to share a heartfelt video birthday message only to be interrupted by R-rated anti-hero Deadpool. Deadpool is stretched out on a hotel bed behind Hugh and singing "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie. However, Ryan Reynolds aka Deadpool is seen relaxing on Jackman's bed and singing songs like 'Who Let The Dogs Out'.

Look. Deadpool 2 is out on May 18.

In either case, the numbers are looking great for Deadpool 2 just three weeks before its release on May 18th, 2018.

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It'd be hard to imagine X-Men's Wolverine having a cameo in the movie because of... spoilery reasons. Trying not to ruin his fourth wall, Jackman tries to continue sending his message for the unidentified birthday celebrant. The voice makes it clear that it's definitely Reynolds in his suit. So it's not like Jackman's hanging with Reynolds to shoot some extra scenes. Of course, Jackman insists he has hung up Wolverine's claws for good after enjoying arguably the ideal send-off in Logan. We know Jackman has been Wolverine before, even if he's done with the character now. Turns out that wasn't the only video the two made.

That would indicate that Ryan and director/writer Drew Goddard are planning to lift a storyline from the original late '80s/'90s outings of X-Force featuring Cable and Domino. In a dream scenario for many, Wolverine could also conceivably show up in Avengers 4 after the Disney-Fox merger goes through.

While fans might be clamoring for an appearance from Jackman as mutant known as Logan, the actor has since retired from the role after last year's critically acclaimed film.

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