In the sneak peek of Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman’s upcoming movie, we catch a tantalizing glimpse of the fresh conflict brewing between the two.
During a commercial break at Super Bowl LVIII, fans were treated to the highly anticipated first trailer for Deadpool 3, offering an exciting glimpse into Wade Wilson’s entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe alongside his trusty sidekick, Wolverine.
The trailer is packed with juicy details, offering an official sneak peek at the film’s progress ahead of its slated summer release. But perhaps most thrilling of all, it unveils the movie’s official title: “Deadpool and Wolverine.” This moniker promises an epic showdown between two of Marvel’s most iconic characters, set against the backdrop of the MCU. And of course, true to Deadpool’s style, expect plenty of fourth wall-breaking antics to keep audiences entertained.
Where Does ‘Deadpool 3’ Fit into the MCU?
While Deadpool and its sequel existed outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the upcoming Deadpool 3 marks the character’s chaotic debut into the MCU’s multiverse narrative. Director Levy has confirmed this pivotal transition, signaling a slew of future MCU escapades for Wade Wilson. Despite uncertainties about its precise placement in the MCU timeline, hints from The Marvels’ post-credits scene, which seemingly integrates X-Men characters, offer intriguing clues.
As the MCU continues to evolve creatively and discussions brew about the return of the original Avengers, Deadpool’s integration presents a trove of fresh storytelling avenues. This move empowers creators with ample room for innovation, potentially weaving in narrative threads from Loki, where the titular character now wields control over every multiversal branch, to intricately enrich the plot and propel the storyline forward.
When Deadpool & Wolverine Releasing ?
Catch the highly anticipated Deadpool & Wolverine in theaters starting July 26th! Meanwhile, stream the first two films now available on Disney+.
Deadpool vs Woolverine Cast
The star-studded cast of the film includes Emma Corrin portraying the villain Cassandra Nova, alongside Morena Baccarin and Stefan Kapicic reprising their roles as Vanessa and Colossus. Matthew Macfadyen joins the ensemble in an undisclosed role, while Karan Soni returns as Dopinder, and Leslie Uggams reprises her role as Blind Al. Brianna Hildebrand and Shioli Kutsuna make a comeback as Negasonic Teenage Warhead and her girlfriend Yukio, respectively. Rob Delaney is set to return as Peter, and Jennifer Garner will reprise her role as Elektra in this highly anticipated movie.