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Fans might get to see the first trailer for Deadpool 3 on Super Bowl Sunday (February 11), according to a new report. The movie is highly anticipated as it is the third installment of a critically and financially successful franchise. Moreover, it is the only MCU movie that will be released in 2024.
Since much of the filming for the movie was done on-location, leaks about the plot and cast (other than Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine) have been circulating for several months. However, with the filming concluded, it is highly likely that the first trailer of this superhero meta-comedy will be released soon.
When Will the Deadpool 3 Trailer be released?
As per a report by Variety, fans of Deadpool can expect the first official trailer of Deadpool 3 to be released on Sunday, February 11 either right before or during the Super Bowl event.
Disney has a tradition of airing ‘big game’ spots each year to promote their summer movies during the Super Bowl broadcast.
Last year, during the Super Bowl, the second trailer of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 was released, which like Deadpool 3, was also the third installment in a beloved franchise. The first trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny was also released during the same event.
In 2017, the Super Bowl saw Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman (Deadpool and Wolverine in Deadpool 3) starring in advertisements for The Adam Project and Logan respectively.
What Will The Deadpool 3 Trailer Show?
It is highly probable that the first trailer of Deadpool 3 will unveil the official title of the movie to its fans. The film is currently listed as Untitled Deadpool Movie on Disney’s official release calendar, despite being casually referred to as Deadpool 3. Fans have been speculating about the actual name of the movie since then. Although it seems unlikely, it would be very Deadpool-like if the filmmakers actually named the movie Untitled Deadpool Movie, considering the humor that Ryan Reynolds and director Shawn Levy have brought to the franchise so far.
Some fans have come up with theories about the title of the upcoming Deadpool movie. Some believe it will be something simple like “Deadpool and Wolverine,” while others have guessed names based on famous Deadpool comic stories like “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe.” Leaks and footage suggest that the “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe” theory may hold some truth. Specifically, that Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool will kill off characters from the FOX Marvel Universe.
There are multiple FOX Marvel actors returning to their former roles, and a leaked image features the 20th Century FOX logo quite literally crumbling. However, we’ll have to wait for the first Deadpool 3 trailer to see the movie’s actual plot beyond the one-line synopsis from Marvel’s Japanese site, reading “The irresponsible hero Deadpool will change the history of the MCU with Wolverine!?”
It has not been confirmed whether the upcoming movie is a Deadpool movie featuring Wolverine or a Deadpool and Wolverine movie starring both characters. The only thing we know is that the synopsis puts Deadpool ahead of Wolverine. A trailer for the movie could potentially clear up any confusion, but it remains to be seen.
Moreover, rumors have been circulating for months that the TVA from Loki might have a role in Deadpool 3. There are hints of Multiverse-related elements to the story, and using the TVA could be a way to seamlessly transfer Deadpool from the FOX universe to the MCU. The first trailer for the movie might include a confirmation of this.
It’s worth noting that Deadpool 3 will feature the return of the beloved supporting cast from the first two films, including Colossus (played by Stefan Kapičić) and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (portrayed by Brianna Hildebrand), among others. It’s highly likely that the movie’s first trailer will showcase the reunion of the entire crew. Mark your calendars – Deadpool 3 is set to hit theaters on July 26th.