The New Deadpool and Wolverine Trailer is Here

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Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, was brought to life by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld back in 1991 in The New Mutants #98 and he has been slicing and dicing his way through the Marvel universe ever since. Fast forward to 2023 and we’ve got ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ (aka Deadpool 3) coming and boy does it look like it’s going to blast.

Check out the new trailer that just dropped today:


I’m no movie critic and of course I LOVE Pool and Wolves so my Geek side is screaming like a little girl.

I never worried that Reynolds and Jackman would bring us trash and this looks like it’s right on par with the first 2 Deadpool movies.

Of course, this will make the fourth time that Ryan Reynolds has donned the red suit (yes, we still have to count ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ even though that version was smoked in Deadpool 2) but Reynolds has made the character his own and brought him to a whole new level of popularity. So let’s take a look at everything you need to know about the ‘Merc with a Mouth’.

Breaking the Fourth Wall

As mentioned before, Deadpool first appeared in The New Mutants #98 as a villain hired by Tolliver to attack Cable and the New Mutants. However, his popularity quickly grew and he was then given his own series in 1993. Since then, he has become a fan favorite due to his quick wit, fourth-wall-breaking humor, and penchant for violence.

Breaking the fourth wall is one of Deadpool’s most defining characteristics, which means that he’s aware that he is a fictional character and often makes references to pop culture, other movies, and comic book tropes, and in the movies, he often talks to the audience. This unique aspect of his character has become a staple in the franchise and is one of the main reasons for his popularity.

Deadpool and Wolverine

Deadpool’s relationship with fellow X-Men member, Wolverine, has been a tumultuous one. They have teamed up multiple times but also have a long history of fighting and animosity towards each other. Their dynamic is one of the most entertaining in the Marvel universe, with Deadpool’s wisecracks often getting on Wolverine’s nerves.

The relationship between Hugh Jackman and Reynolds appears to be a bit like this in real life so it will be very interesting to see how that translates onto the big screen.

A Brief History

Okay, much like ole Deadpool himself, his history is more than sort of a hot mess. If you think the version in ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine,’ wait til you read about Headpool in a second. The character has gone through multiple versions, backstories, and timelines in the comics. But let’s try to make some sense of it all.

In the simplest terms, Wade is a former mercenary turned anti-hero with accelerated healing powers thanks to experiments done on him by Weapon X (the same organization that gave Wolverine his adamantium skeleton).

Initially, Deadpool was essentially a tongue-in-cheek nod to DC’s Deathstroke, with even his real name, Wade Wilson, echoing Deathstroke’s alter ego, Slade Wilson. Yet, as his narrative unfolded, Deadpool evolved far beyond just a parody, carving out his own unique and chaotic space in the Marvel universe.

In his debut, Wade wasn’t exactly playing for the good guys. Hired by the not-so-nice mutant known as Genesis—who was masquerading around as Mr. Tolliver (and plot twist, is actually Cable’s son)— Deadpool was tasked to bring down Cable and his team. Yeah, it sounds like a tangled web because, well, it is. Deadpool kept showing up, stirring trouble for everyone from Daredevil to The Avengers, clearly making a name for himself as the guy you’d rather not find at your doorstep. His knack for being a relentless thorn in the side of many made him popular enough to score his very own series by 1993, thanks to Rob Liefeld, and another in 1994 by Mark Waid—who, funnily enough, wasn’t even a fan.

In 1997, Deadpool snagged his own regular series, penned by Joe Kelly. It was here that the hijinks and mockery of classic superhero conventions cranked up a notch, transforming Deadpool from villain to the anti-hero we can’t help but root for. Picture this: a sociopath with his heart sort of in the right place, wrestling with a moral compass that spins more than it points. It was under Kelly’s watch that Deadpool began to shatter the fourth wall, cheekily acknowledging his own comic book existence. But it wasn’t until Christopher J. Priest took over that this trait truly became signature to Deadpool’s character.

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After Gail Simone tackled the reigns from Priest, things took a wacky turn with Deadpool kinda-sorta morphing into Agent X. Confused? You should be, because so was everyone else. But hey, that’s Deadpool’s world for ya—unexpected twists at every corner. When Agent X’s adventure wrapped up, Fabian Nicieza, one of Deadpool’s original creators, jumped back into the fray in 2004. He gifted us with 50 issues of ‘Cable & Deadpool’, where our favorite odd couple found themselves in all sorts of chaos, trying (and often failing) to seamlessly team up. This series cemented their frenemy status, combining action-packed stories with the humor and heart we’ve come to love from these characters.

Deadpool’s saga took another wild turn in 2008 when Daniel Way took the reins, introducing us to a Deadpool plagued by hallucinations and grappling with a split personality. But that’s just scratching the surface of Deadpool’s wild ride through the Marvel Universe. Ever encountered a talking decapitated head? Meet Headpool from the Marvel Zombies series, where Deadpool’s noggin gets around with the help of a propeller hat. Then, there’s the Deadpool Corps, which is basically the Deadpool version of a band reunion but with versions of him from across the multiverse. Imagine a team-up so bizarre, it includes flying heads! And if you thought that was as weird as it gets, think again. In the AXIS storyline, Deadpool cozies up to Magneto, joining a supervillain group, while in the Age Of Apocalypse, he’s rolling with Apocalypse as one of his Pale Riders. Deadpool’s universe is anything but predictable, showcasing a character that defies the norm at every turn.

Deadpool’s had his fair share of, well, death. The guy’s kicked the bucket more times than we can count and there’s a bit of a murky mystery on whether he’s really Wade Wilson or swiped the name from his frenemy, T-Ray. His look isn’t constant either—some days, he’s got a few scars; other days, he’s a spitting image of The Toxic Avenger gone rogue. The whirlwind of stories and realities swirling around Deadpool feeds right into the beautifully chaotic essence that is him. And in true Deadpool fashion, he once threw out there that fans should just latch onto whichever version of him they dig the most.

Deadpool 3 and Beyond

After the success of ‘Deadpool’ and ‘Deadpool 2,’ fans have been eagerly awaiting a third installment, and with an expected release on July 26th, we have just a little more than 3 months as of this writing. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out this video of Reynolds and Jackman sharing a teaser that Wolvie would be a part of Deadpool 3.

This is going to take Wade into the MCU and man oh man, could that lead to some mayhem because in the comics, well, it didn’t work out so well because he basically decides to take a wrecking ball to the Marvel Universe as we know it in ‘Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe.’ Picture this: after a therapy session that goes sideways in the worst way possible, Wade goes on a wild spree, taking down everyone in his path. Yeah, you heard that right. The X-Men, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Punisher—no one’s off-limits. And get this, he doesn’t stop with just the characters. The dude goes meta, targeting the writers and, yup, even us readers. It’s like no one’s safe when Wade Wilson decides to rewrite the rules.

Wouldn’t that make a great movie? It would be, EPIC!! But while we wait for the third installment, there are plenty of other stories to sink our teeth into. From teaming up with Spider-Man in the ‘Deadpool Vs. Spider-Man’ series (which is just as hilarious and chaotic as you’d imagine) to taking on Thanos in ‘Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Again,’ there’s no shortage of Deadpool shenanigans to keep us entertained. And let’s not forget about his team-ups with Cable, including the recent ‘Deadpool and Cable: Split Second’ which is a must-read for any fan of the dynamic duo.

And with Disney’s acquisition of Fox, there are even more possibilities for Deadpool in the future. Will we see him interact with beloved characters from the MCU? Will he continue to break the fourth wall and make fun of his own cinematic universe? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure: Deadpool is here to stay, and we couldn’t be happier. So keep an eye out for more crazy adventures from this Merc with a Mouth in the years to come.

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