'Deadpool & Wolverine' trailer drops during Super Bowl: Watch here

Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman star in the film, out July 26.

February 11, 2024, 7:04 PM
Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool/Wade Wilson, in Marvel Studios' "Deadpool & Wolverine."
Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool/Wade Wilson, in Marvel Studios' "Deadpool & Wolverine."
Marvel Studios

The first trailer for "Deadpool & Wolverine" is finally here!

Fans who tuned into the Super Bowl were treated to the teaser, which gave us our first look at Ryan Reynolds making his MCU debut as Wade Wilson/Deadpool and Hugh Jackman reprising his role as Logan/Wolverine.

The trailer features Reynolds as Wilson living a seemingly normal life before being drawn into a dramatic meeting with "Succession" alum Matthew Macfadyen. Also included in the trailer is Reynolds in classic Deadpool apparel, double-armed, and live-action.

The preview ends with a shot of the iconic Wolverine claws hovering above Reynolds as Wilson, a foreshadowing of Jackman's role in the film.

The trailer comes just a few weeks after the superhero flick wrapped filming, which was paused due to the Hollywood strikes last year.

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Reynolds first announced that Jackman would show off his adamantium claws as Wolverine once again back in September 2022.

PHOTO: Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool/Wade Wilson, in Marvel Studios' "Deadpool & Wolverine."
Ryan Reynolds, as Deadpool/Wade Wilson, in Marvel Studios' "Deadpool & Wolverine."
Marvel Studios

A first-look photo of Reynolds in his famous red Deadpool suit and Jackman in a comics-appropriate yellow X-Men suit was released in July, sending the internet into overdrive.

PHOTO: Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/Logan in Marvel Studios' Untitled Deadpool movie.
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/Logan in Marvel Studios' Untitled Deadpool movie.
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"Deadpool & Wolverine" arrives in theaters July 26.

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