New ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ Trailer Reveals the One Thing Kevin Feige Wouldn’t Let Ryan Reynolds Do

“Let’s fucking go!”

Marvel on Monday dropped a new trailer for “Deadpool & Wolverine,” one that includes a whole lot more Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) than the Super Bowl’s teaser-trailer. The “official trailer” has plenty of meta Disney-is-a-prude references courtesy of (mostly) Ryan Reynolds: There’s the “pegging” joke and one about the “one thing” MCU boss Kevin Feige would not let “Deadpool” do. Per Wade Wilson, that’s cocaine (no matter what you call it). Feige is among the film’s producers.

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Deadpool also calls for a “third-act flashback” and a “big, slow-motion action sequence” in the trailer. The “Deadpool” films don’t just break the fourth wall, they run a Colossus through it.

Shawn Levy directs “Deadpool & Wolverine,” which also stars Emma Corrin, Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, Leslie Uggams, Karan Soni, and Matthew Macfadyen.      

In addition to Feige, Reynolds, Levy, and Lauren Shuler Donner produce “Deadpool & Wolverine” with Louis D’Esposito, Wendy Jacobson, Mary McLaglen, Josh McLaglen, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, George Dewey, and Simon Kinberg serving as executive producers. Reynolds and Levy wrote this one along with Reese, Wernick, and Zeb Wells.

“Deadpool & Wolverine” reaches theaters on July 26. Watch the trailer here:

This is the third “Deadpool” movie: the original in 2016 made more than $780 million at the worldwide box office. At the time that was the biggest haul ever for an R-rated film. (The Deadpool movies are quite a departure from usual Marvel fare.) The 2018 sequel made a few million more, replacing its predecessor in the top slot, though neither sums are adjusted for inflation.

No matter, “Joker” came in 2019 and comfortably crushed them both, besting $1 billion by a healthy margin. Last year’s “Oppenheimer” ($971 million) pushed both “Deadpools” down another slot. It is worth noting that Jackman’s “Logan” (the 2017 Wolverine film) ranks eighth and makes it so that a full 50 percent of the Top 10 ever (again, not adjusted for inflation) are superhero pics — it’s 60 percent if you count Neo (Keanu Reeves) from “The Matrix: Reloaded” (2003) as a superhero.

In the U.S. only, Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” is still the top rated “R” film of all time.

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