'Deadpool & Wolverine' debuts cheeky footage: I'm visiting Disneyland

Las Vegas— Which is more exciting, Deadpool's official Marvel Cinematic Universe debut or Ryan Reynolds' charming weirdo getting a popcorn bucket?  

CinemaCon gives superhero fans both, so they don't have to choose. Deadpool is "designing" a collectible container for concession stands, according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. Director Shawn Levy also showed nine minutes of new footage from "Deadpool & Wolverine" (in cinemas July 27).  

Fans wondered if it would be the same swearing, fourth wall-breaking Deadpool from the Fox films received their answer with f-bombs. Reynolds' Wade Wilson has literally hung up his tights and is selling cars in the sneak peek. Wade is arrested by Time Variance Authority goons after his pals give him a birthday party with cocaine riffs and "Frozen" jokes.  

He visits Mr. Paradox (Matthew Macfadyen of "Succession"), who shows him Marvel movie clips and assures Wade he can become the hero he's always wanted. Deadpool gets a new suit and meta-wise leaves his timeline for the MCU. "Fuck it, Fox! Going to Disneyland "Deadpool shouts into camera before shattering it.  

Marvel displayed some chemistry between Reynolds' Deadpool and Jackman's Wolverine, who's making his MCU debut. The Disney presentation began with a "Silence your phones" announcement, where Wolverine cursed and Deadpool said, "So much testosterone" followed by a brief scene of Deadpool in a car with Wolverine, dressed in the 1960s "X-Men" yellow-and-blue costume. "Friends don't let friends dress like they play for the Los Angeles Rams," Deadpool says.

Feige also announced that "Fantastic Four" (July 25), starring Pedro Pascal and Vanessa Kirby, will begin filming soon, and "Thunderbolts*" (May 2, 2025), the supergroup film starring Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Wyatt Russell, Sebastian Stan, and others, will have an asterisk in its title. Feige stated he can't discuss that until "after release."  

The Marvel CEO also unveiled video from "Captain America: Brave New World," a political thriller starring Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson. "It's been amazing,"  

Harrison Ford as President Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, who brought Sam to the Oval Office in the sneak preview. William Hurt played Ross in Marvel films until his 2022 death. The president tells Sam he's had problems with heroes but wants him to reestablish the Avengers. Another scenario at the White House involves Isaiah Bradley (Carl Lumbly) and other super-soldiers being "activated" by a song and trying to kill the president, leading to an action-packed trailer where Ross gives Sam the sass. "You're no Steve Rogers," he warns Sam, referencing Chris Evans' former Cap.  

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