Get ready for the havoc in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! The upcoming Deadpool 3 movie will hit theaters this year, bringing Ryan Reynolds’ snarky anti-hero Wade Wilson into the world of Disney's Avengers. This article will highlight all the news about the highly anticipated Deadpool 3, including its release date, trailer, cast, easter egg, and more!
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Deadpool 3 Release Date and Trailer
MCU fans got their first real taste of Deadpool 3 when a trailer unexpectedly dropped during the 2024 Super Bowl. From what we saw in the trailer, it is confirmed that Hugh Jackman is reprising his beloved role as Wolverine.
The trailer also revealed the official title as Deadpool & Wolverine. It looks like Wade gets tied up with the Time Variance Authority, last seen in Loki on Disney+. An agent named Paradox gives Deadpool a chance to run with the Avengers if he plays nice.
Deadpool 3: Deadpool & Wolverine will be released in theaters on July 26th, 2024.
Deadpool 3: Deadpool & Wolverine Cast
Reynolds and Jackman aren’t the only familiar faces making a comeback. Here is a full list of the upcoming Deadpool 3 cast:
- Morena Baccarin returns as Vanessa
- Stefan Kapičić reprises his role as Colossus
- Brianna Hildebrand is back as sullen teen Negasonic Teenage Warhead
- Shioli Kutsuna is also back as Yukio.
Blind Al, Dopinder. and Peter will also return, played by Leslie Uggams, Karan Soni, and Rob Delaney respectively.
Newcomers Emma Corrin and Matthew Macfadyen seem poised to stir up trouble as yet-to-be-revealed characters. And rumor has it we could see cameos from X-Men like Patrick Stewart’s Professor X and Ian McKellen’s Magneto. An Avengers face could also drop in, like Owen Wilson as Mobius from Loki!
Deadpool 3 Trailer Easter Egg Teases Avengers Movie
The newly released trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine contains a juicy Easter egg teasing 2027’s upcoming Avengers film, Avengers: Secret Wars. The broken comic seen next to Deadpool's body is revealed to be an issue from Marvel’s 2015 Secret Wars crossover event, which is expected to inspire Avengers 6's plot.
The presence of the comic book suggests Deadpool is no longer attached to the Sacred Timeline and ends up hopping through doomed timelines the TVA has removed.
With Reynolds driving the profane yet strangely lovable Deadpool act, this upcoming movie will definitely bring his signature brand of meta mayhem into the MCU when it releases next July!