Ryan Reynolds ‘Leaks’ New Deadpool 3 Set Photos

Ryan Reynolds 'Leaks' New Deadpool 3 Set Photos

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Ryan Reynolds, the star of Deadpool 3, has apparently “leaked” five new images from the set of the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. He had previously addressed the recent flurry of leaked set photos from Deadpool 3 but now seems to have changed his stance. In a post on X, Reynolds wrote “Deadpool began with a leak. So I’m joining in. But PLEASE don’t overuse the phrase ‘Deadpool Leaks’ because it might screw up search results if anyone is looking for Deadpool leaks or Deadpool spoilers or perhaps, Deadpool Scoops.”

Actor Ryan Reynolds recently shared five images on social media that he claims are from the set of ‘Deadpool 3′. However, it soon becomes apparent that the set photos are fake and that the actor is taking a dig at the leakers and scoopers who have been revealing surprise cameos and story details. One of Reynolds’ photos depicts Wolverine and Deadpool standing with the sci-fi villain Predator, while another shows Mickey Mouse clapping in the background while Deadpool walks away with a bag of money, much to Wolverine’s disapproval. In addition, Quibi and Steve Urkel also appear in one of Reynolds’ edited set photos.

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Why Is Deadpool 3 Getting Leaked?

Deadpool 3 is being filmed outdoors and in practical locations, which is different from most Marvel Studios productions that are usually filmed indoors in front of a green screen. Unfortunately, this has made it easier for scoopers and photographers to snap pictures of the set, leading to several cameos being spoiled before release. On December 6th, Reynolds addressed the recent leaks with a statement on Instagram, explaining that it was important for them to shoot the film in real, natural environments using practical effects instead of relying on digital effects.

He went on to say that the film is made to bring joy to the audience, and they hope to preserve as much of that magic as possible for the finished film and the big screen. Reynolds acknowledged that people post spoilers because they are excited, and he understands that these are not real-world problems, but rather good problems to have.

Although Reynolds may feel disappointed about the set photo leaks, it appears that he is not allowing it to affect him too much. As the actor himself mentioned, the first Deadpool movie was only approved by 20th Century Fox after someone leaked the test footage of the potential project online. The test footage, which had initially been created in 2011 but was not leaked until 2014, received an overwhelmingly positive response, prompting 20th Century Fox to quickly revive the project and move it into production.

Source: CBR