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Deadpool & Wolverine crash the Super Bowl with an avalanche of cameos

by Stewart Cole

Deadpool has finally joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is clearly making the most of the licensing rights and trappings of this kind of prestige. In the first trailer for Deadpool & Wolverinewhich debuted on Sunday during the Super Bowl, Marvel's favorite mercenary teams up with Wolverine to take on the entire multiverse.

The trailer opens with a burned out, but seemingly happy Wade Wilson having a birthday party, which seems to suggest that this isn't the Wade of the last two Deadpool movies. But shortly after the cake arrives, so does the Time Variance Authority from Lokiwho is being teleported away, he may be told that saving the MCU is up to him — though we're not sure exactly how yet.

Deadpool 3 is scheduled for release on July 26 and is currently Disney's only Marvel film on schedule for 2024. The final installment of the Deadpool trilogy is directed and written by Shawn Levy (Free Press). In addition to the cameos we've already seen (including the original trilogy's Aaron Stanford, who returns as Pyro), the film features appearances by Emma Corrin (Murder at the end of the world), Matthew Macfadyen (Succession), and According to reports Patrick Stewart and more. Of course, there will also be some returning Deadpool characters, such as Brianna Hildebrand's Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Morena Baccarin's Vanessa.

A rumored cameo that hasn't been revealed is Taylor Swift, who still may or may not be in the movie as pop superhero Dazzler. While Swift's inclusion may be confusing at first, it may help to know that Ryan Reynolds' wife, Blake Lively, is good friends with Swift.

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