Ryan Reynolds Addressed Taylor Swift Appearing in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’: “Surprises Are the Essence of Deadpool”

Taylor Swift and Deadpool

‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ is the hottest upcoming MCU release, for a few good reasons. The movie is rumored to include numerous cameos & variants, it’s Deadpool’s first foray into the MCU, and it’s the movie that managed to pull Hugh Jackman out of his Wolverine retirement. It’s also rumored to lead into ‘Secret Wars’ but we’re going to take this with a grain of salt.

Among those mentioned cameos & variants, is Taylor Swift appearing in the movie as Dazzler. This is one of the most persistent rumors, being traced back at least a year ago to notable scoopers and leakers. It’s especially convincing when you take into account that Reynolds is a huge fan of Swift, and his better half Blake Lively is good friends with the artist.

Since then, the rumors of Swift appearing were addressed by Reynolds, and Shawn Levy himself, and recently, they were addressed by Reynolds AGAIN considering that it’s one of the most asked questions, this time Reynolds was a lot more cryptic than simply trying to brush them off. Speaking to Fandango, Reynolds said that he heard that even Elvis would appear 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 the singer herself caused quite a stir with her lyrics, with which she allegedly gave the fans a hint that she would appear in the movie.

In the closing line of the last track on The Tortured Poets Department’s standard edition, titled “Clara Bow,” Taylor Swift declares, “The future’s bright, dazzling.” This choice of the word “dazzling” has sparked speculation that Swift might be hinting at a possible role in ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ as Dazzler.

I have to admit that this is quite a stretch, even for the MCU community, but who knows? She is known to include references and easter eggs in her songs. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

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