Marvel Movie References in Deadpool & Wolverine Trailer

The inaugural teaser for Marvel Studios’ Deadpool & Wolverine trailer tantalizingly teases fans with a plethora of references and Easter eggs, drawing from the extensive tapestry of Marvel cinematic history, both within and outside the confines of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Kicking off with Wade Wilson’s birthday celebration, the trailer immediately throws viewers into a whirlwind of excitement, confirming the permanence of Deadpool’s time-travel escapades from the conclusion of Deadpool 2. As Wade faces the repercussions of his temporal meddling at the hands of a variant of the Time Variance Authority (TVA), the stage is set for a seamless integration of the Merc with a Mouth into the MCU. Notably, familiar faces from the Deadpool franchise, including Vanessa and members of the ill-fated X-Force team, make a triumphant return, cementing the canonical ramifications of Deadpool’s time-altering antics.

Delving deeper, the trailer masterfully weaves in nods to Deadpool’s own cinematic history, with playful callbacks to memorable moments from both the original Deadpool and its sequel. From Wade’s irreverent Task Force X to the heartwarming reunion with Vanessa, the trailer seamlessly bridges the gap between past and present, promising a rollercoaster ride of nostalgia for fans of the franchise.

But the references don’t stop there. As Wade finds himself entangled in the intricate web of the TVA and the multiverse, the trailer cleverly integrates nods to the broader MCU, offering tantalizing glimpses of iconic moments from films such as Avengers: Age of Ultron and Thor: Ragnarok. With Mr. Paradox guiding Wade through a montage of MCU imagery, including the electrifying sight of Thor charging into battle, the trailer lays the groundwork for Deadpool’s immersion into the larger Marvel universe.

Yet, it’s not just the MCU that gets its moment in the spotlight. The trailer also pays homage to Marvel’s storied history outside the MCU, with subtle nods to past Fox-produced Marvel films. From the tantalizing appearance of a masked figure that could hint at the iconic Doctor Doom to the return of familiar faces like Pyro from the X-Men series, the trailer hints at a convergence of worlds that promises to redefine the boundaries of the Marvel cinematic landscape.

As Deadpool finds himself thrust into a realm where anything is possible, the trailer closes with a tantalizing glimpse of Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, sparking speculation about the origins of this enigmatic variant and the role he will play in Deadpool’s latest adventure. With the promise of an epic showdown against the backdrop of the iconic 20th Century Fox logo, the trailer leaves fans eagerly anticipating the release of Deadpool & Wolverine, slated for July 26th.

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