Shawn Levy won’t comment on Taylor Swift’s casting in superhero sequel

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After Taylor Swift was spotted hanging out with Ryan Reynolds and her Deadpool 3 director Shawn Levy during the Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets game, speculation is mounting that Swift has been cast in the superhero sequel.

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During the game she was seen hanging out with Reynolds, his wife Blake Lively, Levi and fellow Deadpool 3 star Hugh Jackman, which many fans believed to be ‘confirmation’ that he would appear in the sequel.

However, while nothing has been made official about her casting, The Wrap reached out to Levy… who would neither confirm nor deny the rumor.

He also cast doubt on the film’s May 3, 2024 release date due to the SAG-AFTRA strike, as the film has not yet been completed.

When asked about the rumors of Taylor Swift being cast as Dazzler, Levy could only say, “They’re definitely loud.”

She is related to Taylor Swift. And it belongs to the MCU. I’m not a dummy. “You’ll have to wait and see,” he said.

He was also asked about the justification for the long-awaited sequel – which will introduce Ryan Reynolds’ title character to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) for the first time after he made the first two films at 20th Century Fox before Disney acquired the studio. will keep in

The film was previously slated for release on May 3, 2024, at the start of the summer movie season, although the SAG-AFTRA actors’ strike has now made it difficult to determine whether its release date could be affected.

‘I wish I knew. I don’t even know if we have an official [release date]. I know we were supposed to be on May 3rd,” Levy said.

‘We have already shot half the film. I have edited half the film. “We’re dying to get back to work and release this film next year,” Levy said.

The role of Dazzler was previously played by Halston Sage in the 2019 X-Men film Dark Phoenix.

The character was created as part of a cross-promotional effort with Marvel Comics and Casablanca Records, making his Marvel Comics debut in Uncanny X-Men #130 (February 1980).

The character was born Alison Blair, who learned as a teenager that she was a mutant with the ability to convert sound waves into beams of light and energy.

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