There is nothing sacred: The new ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ poster is a parody of the best ‘Logan’ poster

There is nothing sacred: The new ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ poster is a parody of the best ‘Logan’ poster
There is nothing sacred: The new ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ poster is a parody of the best ‘Logan’ poster

Ryan Reynolds has shared a new teaser for ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ before the film’s new trailer drops. “Look, at some point, you’re going to hang up your claws and that’s going to make a lot of people sad,” Deadpool says in the teaser. “But one day, your old friend Wade is going to ask you to ride again, and when he does, say yes. I’ve always wanted to be with you, Log. Deadpool…and Wolverine!”

In this new trailer, Hugh Jackman, who reprises his role as Wolverine, has more prominence, since in the first trailer that came to light in the Superbowl final he only appeared at the end in an image in which the mercenary with a big mouth is seen defeated. and Wolverine’s shadow holding out his hand. The video has achieved almost 2 million views in just 12 hours.

In addition, Reynolds has also shared a new poster for the film on Instagram in which you can see Wade Wilson’s hand holding Wolverine’s claws under the title: “Hugh got his nails done for this”to which Jackman responded: “He didn’t make them, he sharpened them”. Which reminds us of one of the ‘Logan’ posters, where a practically traced image appears.

Director Shawn Levy has clarified that, despite the fact that ‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ stars Ryan Reynolds, the film is not ‘Deadpool 3’. Levy explained in an interview at CinemaCon for Screen Rant that although it is the third film in which the character appears as the protagonist, It has not been called ‘Deadpool 3’ because it is a film with two main characters.

The first tests

Levy confirmed at CinemaCon to Collider that the first viewing tests had already been carried out and they had gone very well: “We have done some first viewing tests and they have been extremely promising. I would say there haven’t been any surprises, but you know where you need to tighten the pace, where you can allow yourself to slow it down and have a deeper, longer moment with a character.”

9 minutes of the film were shown that belong to one of the first scenes and the director commented: “We wanted to show a sample of the film, we wanted to do it without spoilers. There’s a lot of first introductions, a lot of first act story, but the fact that those scenes, which aren’t even the funniest or craziest, those jokes and those moments, have worked the way they have today, has been pretty exciting. “.

‘Deadpool and Wolverine’ will hit the big screen on July 26 of this year.

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