Ryan Reynolds urged fans and various media outlets to refrain from sharing snapshots from the sets of the upcoming Deadpool 3.
Deadpool 3, the upcoming film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is set to hit cinemas on July 26, 2024.
He took to his Instagram story on Wednesday, December 6, to pen a lengthy message and convey to those responsible for leaking details about the film.
Reynolds, 47, began, “Surprises are part of the magic of theatrical movies. It’s important for us to shoot the new DEADPOOL film in real, natural environments, using practical effects as opposed to making the movie indoors and digitally.”
“Telephoto lenses continue to spoil surprises and create a difficult situation for everyone,” he noted.
The Free Guy actor went on to point out that outlets sharing the spoiler should not partake in the activity, "Here’s hoping some of the websites and social channels hold back showing images before they’re ready."
"The film is built for audience joy – and our highest hope is to preserve as much of that magic as possible for the finished film and the big screen," he continued.
The Green Lantern star added that he sympathised with his fans: “Part of the reason people post spoilers is because they’re excited.”
He ended the paragraph on a lighter note, “I realize these aren’t real world issues and it’s firmly in the ‘good problems’ bucket.”
He concluded his request, “I love making this movie.”
Last month, Ryan took the internet by storm after he revealed the new date of the highly anticipated movie.
The fifth installment in the MCU was first scheduled to be released on September 6, 2024, before it was changed to November 8 and May 3.