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Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman just broke the internet again. And this time it’s not over warring commercials or their hilarious faux feud, instead it’s because Jackman will once again be donning the Wolverine claws. That’s right, he is back—but that’s not even the best part. Not only will Jackman be reprising his iconic X-Men role, but he will be starring alongside Reynolds in Deadpool 3. The two friends made the announcement in a video Reynolds posted to social media. At first, it seems like just another one of Reynold’s humorous Aviation Gin ads—a company he owns—with a voice over about his lack of ideas for a third Deadpool installment. But at the 45 second mark, Jackman walks into frame as Reynolds says he has “one idea” for the new film. Then, he asks, “Hey, Hugh, you want to play Wolverine one more time?” Right before exiting the shot, Hugh casually responds: “Yeah, sure, Ryan.” The third Deadpool movie will hit theaters Sept. 6, 2024, according to the final frame in the video. By 2024, it will have been six years since Deadpool 2 hit theaters, but for this iconic duo it will be well worth the wait.
Kevin Bacon has signed up for a role in "Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley."
Culturally speaking, we’re all being haunted. Things we thought were long dead are not only back, but making their presences known. Not only can we see them, but we’re also interacting with them. We even, much to our surprise, love them. It’s thrilling. It’s unexpected. It’s basically the plot of Ghosts.
Actor Caleb McLaughlin is speaking out about the racism he’s experienced as the only core cast member of color on Stranger Things. During Heroes Comic Con in Belgium over the weekend, McLaughlin detailed his portrayal of the character “Lucas” and how being Black impacted the way he’s been treated by fans since the show’s runaway success.
We’ve spent weeks skewering Harry Styles over his floundering acting efforts. The man can’t act, they say—and I agree. He’s very, very bad in Don’t Worry Darling. So bad, in fact, that he’s been making theaters full of people burst into laughter at his yelps to Florence Pugh.
ABC is putting a special spin on two of its biggest game shows this fall, Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune, both of which will air primetime Celebrity Editions for the next few weeks. Celebrity Wheel of Fortune is an hour-long time killer, in which contestants like Snoop Dogg fail to guess simple phrases like “A cherry on top.” But for something that instantly reminds you of a classic Saturday Night Live sketch, Celebrity Jeopardy! is much more involved—and more exciting—than it has any right to be.