Deadpool and Wolverine Together AgainDeadpool 3 has long been in the works, and finally we get to find out something about it. In this movie, Deadpool, played by Ryan Reynolds, officially joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The superhero was formerly classified in the X-Men category. That's going to cause some confusion down the line from MCU pedants: "There are now 46 movies in the MCU, unless you count the first two Deadpool movies, in which case there are 48." The first two Deadpool movies were released by 20th Century Fox, which Disney has since bought. But the real news is that Hugh Jackman is returning as Wolverine in Deadpool 3! Reynolds tosses that out in this video as if it's nothing, but audiences will be excited. Wolverine died in his last film, Logan, but Marvel will find some way around that. Maybe they will claim that Logan is set further in the future. Deadpool 3 also has a release date. It will hit theaters on September 6, 2024. Two years? Oh well.#Deadpool #Deadpool3 #Wolverine #RyanReynolds #HughJackman  
How to Make Wolverine Claws out of SteelYouTube maker Koss Workshop shows us the step-by-step process of building Wolverine claws with basic tools, as well as cutting, milling and grinding equipment.First, Koss traced the shape of the wolverine claws on a piece of scrap plywood and cut them with a bandsaw. This allowed him to check the fit before he proceeded to cut the pieces out of 1066 high carbon alloy steel, then grind and sand them to make them into blades. Koss then subjected the pieces to heat treatment to improve their hardness.The handle was cut out of a single block of duralumin, a strong yet lightweight alloy of aluminum and the pieces were put together with nuts and bolts.As with his other pieces, Koss sold the one-of-a-kind steel Wolverine claws at his Etsy store.#Wolverine #claw #KossWorkshop #weapon #XMen
X-Men Princesses: Disney Princesses and Marvel's X-Men Mash Ups by Marcus The VisualWe are in love with these X-Men and Disney Princess mash up artwork drawn by illustrator and comic artist Marcus Williams (AKA Marcus the Visual).Back in September 2019, Williams wrote on Instagram, "I remember watching Frozen with my kids when it came out in theaters and saying to myself, 'so ... Elsa is pretty much an ice wielding mutant.'"And that gave him the seed of an idea. " Seeing as how Disney now owns the rights to the X-Men, it's only natural that some of the more "magically" adept Disney princesses would pull a crossover with the famed team of mutants...eventually," Williams added.Williams started releasing his mash-up artwork of Disney Princesses and X-Men characters, titled "X-Men Princesses," and we don't need to tell you that they are Marvel-ous (hah). Take a look below.#XMen #Disney #DisneyPrincesses #XMenPrincesses #MarcusWilliams #MarcusTheVisual #superhero #mashup