Deadpool 3 trailer, anyone?
Fans of action/comedy were delighted they watched this year’s Super Bowl, since they got a first glimpse of the sequel.
Ryan Reynolds, a Canadian, and Hugh Jackman, an Australian, will co-star in Deadpool & Wolverine, which was officially confirmed tonight.
This is the franchise’s third feature, and it will screen on July 26.
Hugh makes his first cameo in a Marvel film since 2017’s critically praised Logan.
So far, the clip has confirmed Ryan’s anti-hero Deadpool’s introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The TVA disrupted Wade Wilson’s birthday celebration, sparking a Loki crossover.
In the film, Matthew Macfayden plays an agent who offers him the opportunity to become a ‘hero among heroes’.
Screens show footage from throughout the MCU.
‘Your little cinematic universe is about to change forever,’ Ryan’s character said.
‘I’m the Messiah, I am Marvel Jesus,’ he quipped after making an innuendo joke about Marvel owner Disney.
‘Pegging isn’t new for me friend-o, but it is for Disney.’
Keen to not give too much away, though, the trailer doesn’t show a great deal of Wolverine.
A shadow of him concludes the preview before a short flash of his yellow costume, leaving cinemagoers eager for more.
Fans should expect lots of additional cameos, though.
In addition to Successions Matthew, the film features Emma Corrin (Murder at the End of the World), Patrick Stewart, and others.
There will also be several returning Deadpool characters, like Brianna Hildebrand’s Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Morena Baccarin’s Vanessa.
Plot elements appear to be hidden for the time being, but the picture will undoubtedly be action-packed, with Deadpool slashing and shooting many people.
He was also surrounded by blood splatters in one moment, which was very R-rated.
Deadpool 3, directed by Shawn Levy, will hit theatres on July 26 after wrapping production on January 24 this year.
Fans have been waiting a long time for their third installment, since Deadpool initially appeared in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine before landing his own spin-off series.
The latter debuted to great acclaim in 2016, and he returned to the big screen for a sequel in 2018, co-starring with Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, and Zazie Beetz.
Deadpool & Wolverine lands in cinemas on July 26.
Source My Celebrity Life.