"Red Notice" features Dwayne Johnson as the FBI's top profiler, Gal Gadot as the world's most wanted art thief and Ryan Reynolds as the greatest conman the world has ever seen.
The 44-year-old star has explained how his three daughters James, Inez, and Betty, who he shares with his wife, Blake Lively, encouraged him to post his message in the first place.
The admirer, who happened to be a New York City police officer, sent a message to Ryan Reynolds via the Wolverine star to cast Jackman in the third 'Deadpool' movie.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, on Monday, DC fans were struck with a blow when they learned that Reynolds will not have a cameo in the upcoming movie.
The 44-year-old actor, who plays the titular foul-mouthed superhero, shared the letter dated March 10, 2016, penned by a fan named Hunter.
Ryan Reynolds has shared a few pictures along with actor Mark Ruffalo from the sets of The Adam Project but it is the funny caption that catches the eye.
The 41-year-old actor, who is awaiting the worldwide release of "Deadpool 2", said currently he is not the frame of mind to think about a third installment to the film, Variety reported.
Ryan Reynolds is once again at his arch and nihilist best here, while acting and jumping in so much facial prosthetics that it makes him look like he's inside a melted cheese.
The 41-year-old actor, who was in the country to promote his upcoming film "Deadpool 2", wore a unicorn mask and a silver cape and sang the Annie classic "Tomorrow".
Usually, the bookings start on Wednesday or Thursday -- depending on the screens but for 'Deadpool 2''s Friday, it will open on Sunday.
Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds has revealed that in the initial drafts of the "Deadpool 2" script, the Marvel antihero was envisioned as a father.
"I don't know that there would be a 'Deadpool 3'. I really don't," said the 41-year-old, as reported by Entertainment Weekly.
'Deadpool' star Ryan Reynolds congratulates 'Avengers: Infinity War' team, shares funny rejection letter
Ryan Reynolds' character Deadpool, an antihero mutant, has till now been confined to Fox's "X-Men"-based franchise due to licensing issues.
The 41-year-old actor, who plays the quirky antihero in the Marvel film franchise, shared a video on Twitter to announce the nonprofit F**k Cancer drive through an Omaze campaign.
In a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, the actor said he loved the gin produced by the company and wanted to get involved in some capacity.