New 'Deadpool 3' Set Photos Confirm Another 'X-Men' Character's Return, Reveal Major Spoiler
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Ryan Reynolds' Wade Wilson/Merc With a Mouth and Hugh Jackman's Logan/Wolverine team up in a fight against Victor Creed/Sabtertooth as filming for the third 'Deadpool' movie has resumed.

AceShowbiz - Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are back at work in the new photos from the set of "Deadpool 3". As filming for the long-awaited threequel has resumed, pictures from the set have leaked online, showing Wade Wilson a.k.a. Deadpool (Reynolds) and Logan a.k.a. Wolverine (Jackman) teaming up in a battle.

The images, obtained and published by Daily Mirror on Sunday, December 3, confirmed the return of yet another "X-Men" character and revealed a major spoiler as the two fan-favorite mutants are fighting Victor Creed a.k.a. Sabretooth on a desolate wasteland.

It's unclear if Tyler Mane, who played the ferocious mutant in the first "X-Men" movie, actually reprises the role in the upcoming film, but the photos reveal the gruesome outcome of the battle. [SPOILER ALERT!] Deadpool is seen holding Sabretooth's decapitated head after Wolverine cuts it off during their fight.

Filming for "Deadpool 3" began in May in London, before it was suspended in July because of the SAG-AFTRA strike. Director Shawn Levy revealed that filming was halfway completed prior to the shutdown, with Levy and Reynolds able to edit what had already been shot and begin work on the special effects.

As the actors' strike ended on November 9, filming resumed before Thanksgiving. However, Disney announced that the strike affected the release date of some films, including "Deadpool 3" which has been pushed back from May 3, 2024 to July 26, 2024.

Besides Sabretooth, there have been rumors that the movie would bring back Jennifer Garner's Elektra and feature other "X-Men" characters such as Dogpool, Toad and Dazzler, with Taylor Swift allegedly playing the character.

Addressing the rumors of Swift's possible appearance in the film, Levy said in October, "I'm going across the board. 'No comment' because that's a double whammy. That's Taylor-related. And it's MCU-related. I'm no dummy. You're going to have to wait and see."

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