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Aaron Stanford returns as Pyro in the trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine

Aaron Stanford is returning to the MCU, as revealed in the film Deadpool and Wolverine Trailer released during Sunday’s Super Bowl. He slips back into the role of Pyro, which he played X2 And X-Men: The Last Stand.

“I’m thrilled to be taking on this role again and couldn’t think of a better place for Pyro’s resurrection than the Deadpool universe,” Stanford said in a statement to Deadline.

While details on this Deadpool 3Director Shawn Levy told Deadline at last year’s Toronto Film Festival that the goal was for the film to feel “grounded” and “real” – more like “a descendant of…” Midnight runAnd 48 hoursAnd Planes, trains and automobiles” as “a descendant of Airplane.”

In a recent appearance on BroBible’s Post-Credit podcast, Matthew Vaughn, the filmmaker behind Marvel titles like X-Men: First ClassHe revealed that he had seen clips of the film that were “unbelievable.”

“This is going to be the jolt… the Marvel Universe is going to have a jolt and bring this body back to life… I think Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman are about to save the entire Marvel Universe,” he said.

Aaron Stanford in the trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine.

Most recently, Stanford starred in Paramount’s alongside Ben Foster, Clayne Crawford, Jenna Ortega and Tommy Lee Jones. Finest kind, directed by Brian Helgeland. He was a regular on the Syfy series 12 monkeysCWs Nikita and ABC’s Traveller. Recurring roles include HBO’s Perry MasonAMC’s Fear the walking death and NBC’s Third guardand he has guest-starred on numerous series, including Paramount+ Star Trek: PicardAMC’s mad Men and CBS’ Numb3rs.

He is best known for his role as Pyro and his work in the films The hills have eyes, tadpole, Hollywood ending And 25th hour.

He is represented by Global Artists Agency and Luber Roklin.

Source: deadline.com

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