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Marvel Drops First Poster & Teaser for Deadpool 3

Now that Fox Entertainmentx's X-Men films have concluded and Disney has acquired the franchise, Deadpool has returned and made his way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, marking a comeback after a nearly six-year absence. The first teaser for Deadpool and Wolverine debuted on Sunday during the 2024 Super Bowl.

Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as Merc With a Mouth in addition to the character Wolverine being played by Hugh Jackman, who was last seen by fans dying in the 2017 farewell movie Logan. Additionally, Morena Baccarin will reprise her role as Vanessa. Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, Jennifer Garner as Elektra, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and Karan Soni as Dopinder are among the other performers who make a comeback in the trilogy. Furthermore, Rob Delaney as Peter, Emma Corrin, Matthew Macfadyen, and Stefan Kapicic as the voice of Colossus will be joining the series.

In the teaser, Deadpool is shown being taken into the MCU by the Time Variance Authority, a group of universe overseers last seen in Loki Season 2. Identifying himself "Marvel Jesus," Deadpool vows to inject his risque humour and off-colour antics into Disney's immaculate line of products. Deadpool confronts Wolverine near the conclusion of the teaser, but only his shadow is seen. Wolverine is visible from behind, but his face is hidden.

Watch the teaser here!

The SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes caused the filming of Deadpool 3 to halt in the middle. But the filming was finished in January of this year. Deadpool and Wolverine will be released in theatres on July 26, 2024.

In the original Deadpool, Ed Skrein's character, the anti-hero, sought retribution on Ajax, the guy who had transformed him into a mutant and left him deformed. Deadpool was given the mission to organize the X-Force team to take on the time-travelling soldier Cable (Josh Brolin) in the sequel.  

Director Shawn Levy has revealed that he drew inspiration from the Star Wars franchise in the upcoming Deadpool 3 film. Levy restudied the photographing, blocking, framing, and tempo of a key scene, revealing it as a "J Jedi moment." He believes the collaboration with Marvel on the film has shown him the power of creating a movie within a larger universe.

While Deadpool and its follow-up were not initially a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Deadpool 3 introduces the characters in a typically disorganised manner into the MCU's multiverse plot. Although it's unclear whether this film fits into the MCU canon, The Marvels post-credits scene—which seems to introduce characters from the X-Men universe—provides some insight into how these two universes may have merged.

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