ANAHEIM, CA - SEPTEMBER 02: In this handout photo provided by Disney Resorts, "Halloween Screams", a supernatural special effects show, is projected on the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park on September 02, 2022 in Anaheim, California. Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort runs throughout the entire resort from Sept. 2 through Oct. 31, 2022. (Photo by Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images)
A guy named Isaiah Garza does nice things for random people, and then posts the experience online. This may be one of his best. He took a 100-year-old war veteran to Disneyland and the man loved every second of it!
The clip starts with Isaiah inviting him, and then it’s a montage of them on rides. When he asks how his day went, the man says, “You don’t know how much I appreciate this. I thought my life was over. I’ll remember this for a long time.”
Ryan Reynolds gave Deadpool fans a delightful shock earlier tonight with a single tweet. The tweet included some long-awaited information about the next Deadpool film.
In a video that sees him sitting on a couch and talking to the camera, he notes that the Deadpool team wasn’t at Disney’s annual D23 event, and so there was no Deadpool news at the event’s Marvel panel. The video had a serious tone (which led any Deadpool fan to realize that the other shoe was about to drop). In it, Reynolds discussed how Deadpool’s “first appearance in the MCU needs to feel special.”
“It’s been an incredible challenge that has forced me to reach down deep inside and I… have nothing.”
“But,” he adds, “We did have one idea.” As a familiar figure walks behind him and climbs the stairs, he says, “Hey Hugh? You want to play Wolverine one more time?”
Hugh Jackman, sounding very disinterested, answers, “Yeah, sure Ryan.” From there, we hear Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” but the closed captioning reads, “And I will always love Hugh.” The graphic then says, “Coming Hughn.” But not too “hughn!” We then see the Deadpool logo with three (adamantium clawe) slashes across it, and then “9.6.24.” See how twitter reacted to the hughee announcement below.