“Deadpool & Wolverine”: trailer with music by Madonna and full of action released – El Diario NY

“Deadpool & Wolverine”: trailer with music by Madonna and full of action released – El Diario NY

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To the rhythm of the song “Like a Prayer”, by Madonnathe new trailer for the movie “Deadpool & Wolverine,” which shows the titular characters (played by Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman) in various situations, caused a sensation on social networks.

The video, 2 minutes 38 seconds long, was released and immediately celebrated by Marvel fans, who were eagerly awaiting an elaborate look at the production that marks the return of the mutant Wolverine to the big screen, after his last appearance in the movie “Logan” (2017).

The clip starts showing the member of the X-Men in a seedy bar; There, he meets Deadpool, who invites him to join him for a mission, to which Wolverine refuses, swearing and grunting.

Fans of the prankster hitman, who finally joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they shared their excitement realizing that this third part will remain faithful to the character’s humor.

A lot of blood, violence, practical jokes, drugs and bawdy language, all references to Deadpool’s style, can be seen in the trailer for the feature film, which will be released in theaters on July 26.

You can also see references to Fox’s X-Men saga, a giant Ant-Man head and skull and a portal similar to those created by Doctor Strange.

Likewise, the first look at the villain of this sequel is offered, Cassandra Novaplayed by actress Emma Corrin.

The film will see Deadpool join the MCU after being kidnapped by the Time Variance Authority, who manage the multiverse and who we last saw in the film “Loki.”

The first trailer for “Deadpool & Wolverine” debuted on February 11 during the last Super Bowl and broke a record, because in just 24 hours it reached the number of 365 million of total views.

Shawn Levy is the director of the film, which includes among its cast actors such as Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, Karan Soni and Matthew Macfadyen, among others.

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