There are very few things that can get the internet talking like images of some actors hinting at their involvement in new Marvel projects. Ryan Reynolds goes viral at the slightest hint of some Deadpool 3 news is on the horizon. Tom Holland only has to breathe in the direction of a social media post for everything to believe the long-awaited but not yet to come Spider-Man: No Path Home the trailer is about to fall. Last month it was Hugh jackman posting an image of himself with Marvel boss Kevin Feige and Bosslogic fan art that âbroke the internetâ and sent fans into a frenzy of speculation about his possible inclusion in an upcoming project as Wolverine .
Speaking to ComicBook.com to promote their new movie Reminiscence , Jackman gave an explanation of the Kevin feige messages and apologized for leading fans down the garden path.
âI was literally reposting fan art and doing it kinda because I love it. And I love the fans. And then I was gone do something and I came back and I was like, ‘Oh, I think I broke the internet. No no no no. Guys, sorry. I did not mean that. I really didn’t mean to say that. I am really sorry. And I thought, ‘No one is going to believe me.’ But it was. And you are just too quick for me. Clearly way too fast and smarter than me, âJackman joked. “I love the fans. And so when cool things come up to me, I’m going to pass them on.”
It’s just another sign of the intensity of wonder fans, who take every little thing and turn it into big visions of what might happen in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Recently, comments from Loki writer Michael Waldron that he had the opportunity to use almost any character from Marvel’s history in this series, fans believed the series would see Loki make a Quantum leap style journey through the history of the Marvel Universe that turned out to be completely different from how the show turned out. Ryan Reynolds posting an image of his Deadpool mask may have speculated that Deadpool 3 was coming in, but it turned out to be her teaser for the new movie free guy, in which he appeared as Deadpool alongside MCU‘s Kong.
Although Hugh Jackman has said on several occasions that he is done with his role as Wolverine, fans still hope they will see him once again play the X Men mutant and will jump on any small signal indicating that he has changed his mind. Maybe now that he has explained the reasons for posting additional Wolverine art and memorabilia, fans will come to accept that no matter how much they want to see him as the MCU ‘ s version of the clawed superhero, it’s probably the only thing that happened a little too late in the day.
Jackman fans will be delighted to know they can see him in his new movie, however,Reminiscence in theaters and on HBO Max starting August 20, and he’ll continue to regularly post his posts to his Instagram and Twitter accounts for those who just can’t wait that long. This news comes from ComicBook.com.