Ryan Reynolds Comments on Taylor Swift’s Appearance in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’: “Surprises Are the Essence of Deadpool”

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‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ is shaping up to be the most anticipated upcoming MCU release for several compelling reasons. Firstly, the movie is rumored to feature numerous cameos and variants. Additionally, it’s Deadpool’s debut in the MCU and marks the return of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, despite his previous retirement from the role. There’s also speculation that this film will lead into ‘Secret Wars,’ though this remains unconfirmed.

One of the most persistent rumors is that Taylor Swift will appear as Dazzler. This rumor has been circulating for at least a year, backed by notable scoopers and leakers. The speculation gains traction considering Ryan Reynolds is a huge fan of Swift, and his wife, Blake Lively, is close friends with the artist.

Since then, both Ryan Reynolds and director Shawn Levy have addressed the rumors of Taylor Swift appearing in the film. Recently, Reynolds revisited the topic due to its persistent popularity among fans. This time, he was more cryptic instead of outright dismissing the speculation. Speaking to Fandango, Reynolds joked that he had even heard rumors of Elvis making an appearance in the movie.

There’s so much speculation about so many people that might end up in the film. I saw one that was convinced that Elvis is in the movie. Surprises are the essence of Deadpool.

Recently, Taylor Swift caused a stir with her lyrics, potentially hinting at her involvement in the movie. In the closing line of the final track on The Tortured Poets Department’s standard edition, titled “Clara Bow,” Swift sings, “The future’s bright, dazzling.” The use of the word “dazzling” has sparked speculation that Swift might be teasing a possible role as Dazzler in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine.’

Admittedly, this interpretation might be a bit of a stretch, even for the MCU community. However, Swift is known for including references and Easter eggs in her songs. What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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