Tickets for DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE Starring Hugh Jackman Available Now

The film premieres in theaters on Friday, July 26th.

By: May. 20, 2024
Tickets for DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE Starring Hugh Jackman Available Now
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The wait is over! Starting today, tickets are now available for the summer’s biggest superhero event, Deadpool & Wolverine, premiering in theaters on Friday, July 26th.

To celebrate the glorious return of the beloved superheroes, Fandango is launching an exciting package to take everyone’s moviegoing experience to the next level called “Deadpool’s Premium Package.” With this exclusive package, Fandango is offering:

  • 2 Tickets to see Deadpool & Wolverine in any format (the first time Fandango is including tickets as part of a package)

  • Official Best Friends Necklaces

  • An entry into a sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip to the premiere (for packages purchased by June 30)

  • Custom Deadpool & Wolverine Fandango digital poster (delivered in June)

  • Bonus Fandango FanRewards Points

  • 15% off the Deadpool & Wolverine Vinyl Soundtrack

Grab the premium package here.

Additionally, Fandango hosted an exclusive Big Ticket Interview with Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and director Shawn Levy.

The stars break down some fun details, such as:

  • Hugh discussing what brought him back to Wolverine and what it was like being back on set in costume alongside Ryan

  • Ryan talking about whether it was difficult to convince Disney to go for the R-rating

  • Shawn describing the cinematic inspirations behind this “road trip” movie

  • Ryan reacting to whether Taylor Swift might make a cameo in the movie

  • Hugh dishing on what fans can expect to see - stating that “they will not be disappointed” 

Jackman most recently appeared on Broadway in the revival of The Music Man, for which the actor was nominated for his second Tony Award. Onscreen, he played Jean Valjean in the film version of Les Misérables (which scored him an Oscar nomination) and P. T. Barnum in the musical The Greatest Showman.

Photo Credits: © 20th Century Studios / 2024 Marvel.


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