Marvel Studios' marketing campaign for Deadpool & Wolverinecontinues this day with two new looks at Ryan Reynolds y Hugh Jackmanin the returns of both as their iconic mutant human characters, shared by Empire Magazine.

The franchise Deadpool returns to the big screen with a new installment, five years after the premiere of the sequel Deadpool 2and after Disney's massive acquisition of Fox in 2019. The film marks the arrival of both characters to the MCU officially, in addition to being the first installment of the saga to be released by the Walt Disney Company, although this will not alter the Rated R characteristic of the franchise, according to its creatives.

And Reynolds precisely wants to make it clear that tonally, this is a Deadpool movie through and through. In an interview with Empire Magazine, he explains the following:

“It feels like the most Deadpool movie in Deadpool history.”

And that translates into a script with big words, all kinds of chaos, without restrictions on Disney's part. Wade Wilson (Reynolds) is trying to live a domestic life, when that tranquility is interrupted by agents working for Mr. Paradox (Matthew Macfadyen), and show him the Sacred Timeline.

The president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feigesays to the media:

“Deadpool is very intrigued by that. Shortly afterward he realizes that it is not as simple an offer as he thought. And what is at stake is universal in size.”

In Deadpool & Wolverine, Deadpool asks for Wolverine's help to save his world. Reluctantly, the mutants must join forces.

Of his on-screen collaboration with Jackman, with whom Reynolds has a friendship dating back to 2009, the actor said:

“As much as I tease him every day, underneath that is a genuine love story. As contradictory as we are in the movie, the undercurrent is one of true love. Being able to spend time with my two closest friends and Waking up in the morning with passionate devotion to say something so horrible that it makes you laugh is a gift.”

You can find the new image glimpses at the end of this note.

Shawn Levy (Stranger Things, The Adam Project, Free Guy) directs the script co-written with Rhett Reese y Paul Wernick (Deadpool y Deadpool 2, Zombieland, Zombieland: Double Tap, Ghosted), Zeb Wells (Robot Chicken, SuperMansion), y Reynolds.

Previously, Levy revealed that included a tribute to the franchise Star Wars.

In addition to Reynolds and Jackman, the sequel features the returns of Morena Baccarin (Deadpool, Deadpool 2), Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool, Deadpool 2), Rob Delaney (Deadpool 2), Leslie Uggams (Deadpool, Deadpool 2), Karan Soni (Deadpool, Deadpool 2), and the return of Jennifer Garner like Elektra, a character she played in Daredevil (2003) and last time in the 2005 solo spinoff. New additions include Matthew Macfadyen (Succession), Emma Corrin (The Crown), y Patrick Stewart (X-Men).

The first installment followed the antihero seeking revenge against Ajax (Ed Skrein), the man who turned him into a mutant and left him disfigured. The second film focused on Deadpool organizing the X-Force team to fight time-traveling soldier Cable (Josh Brolin). Both films broke records with their respective releases in 2016 and 2018, with opening box office receipts of $132.4 million and $186 million, respectively, something historic for an R-rated film.

Levy, Reynolds and Lauren Shuler Donner are producers, with Louis D'Esposito, George Dewey, Wendy Jacobson, Simon Kinberg, Jonathon Komack Martin, Josh McLagen, Mary McLagen, Reese and Wernick serving as executive producers.

Deadpool and Wolverine will be released in theaters on July 25, 2024.


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