Deadpool and Wolverine create a buzz with new clips

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The more thrilling thing is hard to understand either Deadpool finally entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe or Ryan Reynolds’ jester hero getting his popcorn bucket.

Accordingly, the news from CinemaCon is that fans of superheroes don’t have to decide, they obtain both.

At a theater owners’ convention, Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, hinted that Deadpool was “inventing” a collectible container that would be sold at concession stands, while director Shawn Levy presented nine minutes of new footage from “Deadpool & Wolverine” (July 27).

Those who wondered if it would still be the same foul-mouthed, fourth-wall-breaking Deadpool from the previous Fox films got their answer in the forms of a lot of f-bombs.

The sneak peek shows Wade Wilson (Reynolds) quite literally ‘hanging up his tights’ and now selling cars.

His friends throw him a birthday party – complete with cocaine riffs and “Frozen” jokes – but Wade gets nabbed by a goon squad from the Time Variance Authority (see: The design and visuals of “Loki” Seasons 1 and 2).

He’s brought to the Mr Paradox (Matthew Macfadyen, known for his role in “Succession”), a cryptic man who shows him scenes from Marvel movies and tells Wade that he can finally be the hero he’s always wanted to be.

Therefore, Deadpool ends up with a new outfit and in a meta way, he says that he will leave his timeline for the MCU.

Screw you, Fox!

I’m going to Disneyland!”

Deadpool shouts at the camera and then busts it.

The new film was a showcase of some of the dynamics between Reynolds’ Deadpool and Jackman’s Wolverine, who is also debuting in the MCU.

The Disney presentation was kicked off by a “Silence your phones” announcement where Wolverine had a profanity-laced tirade – with Deadpool saying, “So much testosterone” – and Levy showed a brief clip of Deadpool in a car with Wolverine dressed in the yellow-and-blue outfit from the old 1960s “X-Men” comics.

“Oh, sorry, friends don’t let friends dress like they play for the Los Angeles Rams,” Deadpool jokes.

Feige also gave a few updates to other Marvel projects: The production of “Fantastic Four” (in theatres on July 25) with Pedro Pascal and Vanessa Kirby is starting in just a few months, and “Thunderbolts*”(release date: May 2, 2025), the supergroup movie with Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Wyatt Russell, Sebastian Stan, and others, now comes with an asterisk as part of its official However, Feige claimed that he can’t speak about it until “after release. ”

The Marvel chief also debuted the first footage from “Captain America: Brave New World,” a political thriller and the very first solo film to showcase Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) with the star-spangled shield.

“We’ve had a blast,” Mackie reports.

In one of the sneak peeks, there is a scene where Sam is taken by President Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross now portrayed by Harrison Ford, into the Oval Office.

(Ross was played by William Hurt in Marvel movies until he died in 2022.)

The president admits that he had some issues with the heroes in the past but wants Sam to assemble the Avengers.

However, in another scene, something takes a wrong turn when a special event in the White House activates Isaiah Bradley (Carl Lumbly) and other super soldiers by a song which they then attempt to assassinate the president, leading into an action-packed trailer where Ross brings the sass to Sam.

“You’re not Steve Rogers,“ he tells Sam, about Chris Evans’ former Cap.

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