Chris Hemsworth Had an Amusing Response to His Cameo in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’: ” Am I in It?”

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The upcoming ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ stands as the pinnacle of anticipation within the MCU, being the sole movie slated for release this year, and for good reason. With this project, the studio aims to rekindle the faith of fans in the franchise and lay the groundwork for something monumental with Deadpool.

It’s already buzzing with speculation about the plethora of cameos and variants expected to grace the screen—rumors and confirmations alike suggesting a staggering count of over 20. While most actors rumored to make appearances are keeping tight-lipped, Chris Hemsworth’s response added a delightful twist of humor to the mix.

At this year’s CinemaCon, exclusive footage from ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ was unveiled. Towards the conclusion of the footage, a poignant scene depicts Thor mourning over Deadpool’s lifeless form, with Matthew McFadden’s Mr. Paradox cryptically remarking, “That happens in the distant future.”

Observant fans noted that the clip likely repurposed footage from either ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ or ‘Thor: The Dark World.’ Chris Hemsworth himself confirmed this detail in an interview with ComicBook, shedding light on the production process of ‘Deadpool & Wolverine.’

“Am I in It?”

Following the initial clarification, Hemsworth affirmed his enthusiasm about being involved in the movie, even though he was initially unaware of his inclusion.

It’s really cool,”You kind of forget and be like, ‘Oh, cool! I’m part of the team. They’re talking about me!’ when I’m not in it. I mean, that whole world is really cool to be a part of, and any time each other… I think it’s what makes it all really cool is the interconnected nature of it.

Hemsworth recently expressed his regret about taking on the role in ‘Love and Thunder.’ Nevertheless, he’s now preparing for ‘Thor 5,’ sparking speculation about the possibility of Deadpool making an appearance. Got something to contribute? Share your thoughts in the comments section!

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