'Deadpool & Wolverine Trailer': Ryan Reynolds Is Back As "Marvel Jesus". Watch

'Deadpool & Wolverine' trailer was released during the Super Bowl.

Entertainment Desk
Written By: Entertainment Desk
Updated: February 12, 2024 | 09:52 IST
Deadpool and Wolverine trailer out now
'Deadpool & Wolverine' trailer was released during the Super Bowl.

The much-awaited update is finally here! Super Bowl 2024 unveiled the first trailer for Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman-starrer 'Deadpool & Wolverine'. The new title of the upcoming film was also revealed during the Super Bowl. For the unversed, 'Deadpool & Wolverine' was earlier being referred to as 'Deadpool 3'. Talking about the trailer, the clip confirmed that the Time Variance Authority (multi-verse hopping organisation at the centre of Disney+'s 'Loki') will be playing an important role in the film. 

The trailer also confirms Ryan Reynolds' anti-hero character 'Deadpool' will be entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 

The clip opens with a birthday party for Wade Wilson (Deadpool) and it is then interrupted by agents from the TVA. They end up taking Wade to the headquarters, and he is then enlisted on a mission. He is also shown images from Marvel Studios History including Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor.

"Your little Cinematic Universe is about to change forever. I’m the Messiah. I am Marvel Jesus,” says Deadpool in the trailer.

Watch the trailer here:

In the trailer, the face of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine wasn't shown, but we know that he is there in the film. 

'Deadpool 3' is the first R-rated movie for Marvel Studios and it will also be the first film to star a character that originally appeared in the movies made by 20th Century Fox, reported Hollywood Reporter.

'Deadpool & Wolverine' is also the first MCU movie to feature Hugh Jackman, who is coming out of retirement as Wolverine for the film. 'Deadpool & Wolverine' is slated to release in cinemas on July 26, 2024. Apart from Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, the film also stars Emma Corrin (The Crown) and Matthew Macfayden (Succession). 

Marvel has a lot of hopes for 'Deadpool & Wolverine' as the studio faced plenty of box office setbacks in 2023 as both 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' and 'The Marvels' bombed. 

The first 'Deadpool' film had released in 2016 while the second installment came out in theatres in 2018. Both the films turned out to be big hits for Fox.

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