After a long delay due to the Hollywood actors’ strike, the filming of the long-awaited Marvel Studios production “Deadpool 3” has been completed, as announced by the protagonists, Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman in their posts on Instagram.

“The uniform hides the blood. Also the sweat… But today, with the closing of ‘Deadpool’ it’s mostly tears. A huge and eternal thank you to the cast and crew of our film, who battled wind, rain, strikes and @thehughjackman, all under the tenacious leadership of @slevydirect” Reynolds wrote in the caption of his post. “I was able to make a film with my closest friends and that doesn’t happen very often. See you on July 26″ he reported.

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Directed by Sean Levy, the cast includes Emma Corrin, Matthew Macfadyen, Morena Baccarin, Tom Hiddleston and Brianna Hildebrand, among others.

“What a trip!!! I loved every minute of making this movie. Of course, not the workout or the steamed fish and vegetables four times a day for six months, but the remaining 93.2%. A big thank you to the entire cast and crew. You are all perfect” Jackman pointed out in his own post, also thanking his famous co-star and the director.

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“Deadpool 3” was originally scheduled to hit theaters on May 3, 2024, but was delayed, like many other films, due to the SAG-AFTRA strike after starting filming in London two months earlier.

According to Variety, it is expected to premiere on July 26 and will mark his official entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe following Disney’s acquisition of Fox.