DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE TV Spots Feature New Snippets Of Footage As Logan "Boops" The Merc With The Mouth

DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE TV Spots Feature New Snippets Of Footage As Logan "Boops" The Merc With The Mouth

The first 30-second TV spot for Deadpool & Wolverine has been released, and it features another fun interaction between Logan (Hugh Jackman) and the Merc with the Mouth (Ryan Reynolds). Check it out...

By JoshWilding - Jun 10, 2024 05:06 AM EST
Filed Under: Deadpool & Wolverine

Deadpool & Wolverine's marketing campaign will continue ramping up in the coming weeks and the first TV spot for the movie has found its way online today. 

There's only one new scene as a drunk Logan "boops" the Merc with the Mouth during that scene in the bar. This is presumably their first meeting, and likely the moment Wade Wilson attempts to recruit a Wolverine Variant who can help him with his mission for the TVA.

While we're pretty sure that's the only fresh addition to this teaser, more snippets of footage are bound to be revealed soon. Over the weekend, Marvel Studios dropped a minute-long teaser featuring Juggernaut and Lady Deadpool.

That can be found at the bottom of this post; in the meantime, check out Deadpool & Wolverine's first TV spot below.

"I was on my way - I was just driving - and literally just like a bolt of lightning came this knowing, deep in my gut, that I wanted to do this film with Ryan...for Deadpool and Wolverine to come together," Hugh Jackman recently said of what led to him reprising the role of Logan. 

"I swear to you, when I said I was done [after Logan] I really thought I was done," he added. "But, in the back of my head, ever since I saw Deadpool 1, I was like 'Those two characters together.' I knew it: I knew the fans wanted it. Ever since I put on the claws fans have talked about these two, so that had always been there, but I just knew."

A brief 15-second promo for Deadpool & Wolverine has also been revealed, and while it doesn't contain any new footage, you can watch it in the X post below.

Shawn Levy directs Deadpool & Wolverine, which stars Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, Emma Corrin, Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, Leslie Uggams, Karan Soni, and Matthew Macfadyen. The movie is written by Ryan Reynolds & Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick & Zeb Wells & Shawn Levy.

The trades have confirmed that Jennifer Garner will reprise her role as Elektra, with Wesley Snipes, James Marsden, Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Dafne Keen, Channing Tatum, Blake Lively and even singer Taylor Swift among those rumoured to make an appearance. 

Kevin Feige, Reynolds, Levy and Lauren Shuler Donner produce with Louis D’Esposito, Wendy Jacobson, Mary McLaglen, Josh McLaglen, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, George Dewey, Simon Kinberg and Jonathon Komack Martin serving as executive producers.

Deadpool & Wolverine arrives in theaters on July 26.

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S8R8M
S8R8M - 6/10/2024, 5:14 AM
LFG!!!!!!!!
LSHF
LSHF - 6/10/2024, 5:16 AM
Let's [frick]ing go!
ObserverIO
ObserverIO - 6/10/2024, 5:19 AM
Red and yellow, red and yellow...

just over six weeks left to go before we [frick]ing GO!!!!!!!!!!!
TheMetaMan
TheMetaMan - 6/10/2024, 5:19 AM
The movie event of the year is upon us. Forget alien Romulus, venom 3, joker 2, trap and even gladiator 2 it’s all about Deadpool and wolverine baby. 46 days and counting let’s go!!!!
CoHost
CoHost - 6/10/2024, 5:37 AM
Hugh J. Ackman.
IAmAHoot
IAmAHoot - 6/10/2024, 5:46 AM
Coming Hughn.
Doomsday8888
Doomsday8888 - 6/10/2024, 5:46 AM
Hyped af.

But look at the banner bro, the hairstyle f*cking sucks.

Gonna be there day one no matter what tho. :)
TheVisionary25
TheVisionary25 - 6/10/2024, 6:31 AM
Can’t wait , this just looks so fun!!.
Unites
Unites - 6/10/2024, 6:44 AM
Not convinced. Movie looks pretty cheap and basic. They keep showing the same shots in the trailers which is getting boring.

Also, I think it says a lot that they extremely rely on easter eggs and cameo's for this movie.

Personally, I'm never been a big fan of Endgame because it felt like cheap fan service over substance. And the promotion for this movie reminds me of Endgame.

TheMetaMan
TheMetaMan - 6/10/2024, 8:06 AM
@Unites - insert my review of endgame here:

The amount of disrespect or under appreciation that endgame gets is baffling to me. Of course it’s got plot holes, yes the first act is a slow burn but to me it’s as close to cinematic perfection the MCU has got in terms of epic storytelling and narrative cohesion. I love how it focuses more on the original core six members of the team, the character arcs have more depth and nuance (Thor sharing one more moment with Thea, Stark with Howard) Hawkeye becoming Ronin, adopting a more melancholic attitude throughout. The emotional resonance is at its absolute highest, such as Stark’s guilt at losing Peter and that serving as the motivation for him to rejoin the team in retrieving the stones.

The third act is utterly spellbinding, just so glorious and poetic with cap finally welding the miljnor and Tony’s poignant death. It’s not without its fair share of classic MCU troupes, gags aplenty and Thanos becoming more of a basic villain, despite this there’s a level of maturity to the film that just clicks for me.
Infinity war is grandiose and impactful no doubt, it’s the epitome of blockbuster entertainment but endgame is just the icing on the cake for me. I like my stories to have an actual ending with a finite conclusion.

If infinity war is the equivalent of the twin towers then endgame is the of return of the king to which I prefer the latter due to the story coming to an end. Honestly though I’d say endgame is marginally superior to infinity war because they are basically one giant movie split in half. However endgame is much better than most MCU films.
TheMetaMan
TheMetaMan - 6/10/2024, 8:08 AM
@Unites - The amount of disrespect or under appreciation that endgame gets is baffling to me. Of course it’s got plot holes, yes the first act is a slow burn but to me it’s as close to cinematic perfection the MCU has got in terms of epic storytelling and narrative cohesion. I love how it focuses more on the original core six members of the team, the character arcs have more depth and nuance (Thor sharing one more moment with Thea, Stark with Howard) Hawkeye becoming Ronin, adopting a more melancholic attitude throughout. The emotional resonance is at its absolute highest, such as Stark’s guilt at losing Peter and that serving as the motivation for him to rejoin the team in retrieving the stones.

The third act is utterly spellbinding, just so glorious and poetic with cap finally welding the miljnor and Tony’s poignant death. It’s not without its fair share of classic MCU troupes, gags aplenty and Thanos becoming more of a basic villain, despite this there’s a level of maturity to the film that just clicks for me.
Infinity war is grandiose and impactful no doubt, it’s the epitome of blockbuster entertainment but endgame is just the icing on the cake for me. I like my stories to have an actual ending with a finite conclusion.

If infinity war is the equivalent of the twin towers then endgame is the of return of the king to which I prefer the latter due to the story coming to an end. Honestly though I’d say endgame is marginally superior to infinity war because they are basically one giant movie split in half. However endgame is much better than most MCU films.
MadThanos
MadThanos - 6/10/2024, 8:35 AM
@Unites - exactly my feelings towards Endgame, but I think Deadpool can afford that.

I mean, it’s my favorite character ever, he’s just chaos. The first movie had a compelling story in my opinion and the second one had one too at some degree.

The question is, how’d bring Deadpool the MCU without involvement from multiverse shenanigans? It’s hard, so maybe this is a movie that will serve a purpose.

But certainly you’re right, the photograph looks dull. And that scene they come walking from the right side of the screen and there are some stores and one is named Leifeld, come on the front of the store looks so fake and 2D.
MadThanos
MadThanos - 6/10/2024, 8:40 AM
@TheMetaMan - Endgame serves just for one purpose: the final fight with everone involved.

It’s a movie that contradicts character building for just that.

Ex: whatever it takes.

[frick] me, whatever it takes?! Yeah so Cap don’t give a shit about anyone anymore. Oh those poor souls on the alternative timelines they created… and this is just one among a huge list.

Seriously, 2014 Thanos knew the whereabouts of every single stone. He had Pym Particles. Instead of going to those places, he decided to go to 2024 to fight the Avengers just for dick measurement. Is that right?!
TheMetaMan
TheMetaMan - 6/10/2024, 8:51 AM
@Unites - The amount of disrespect or under appreciation that endgame gets is baffling to me. Of course it’s got plot holes, yes the first act is a slow burn but to me it’s as close to cinematic perfection the MCU has got in terms of epic storytelling and narrative cohesion. I love how it focuses more on the original core six members of the team, the character arcs have more depth and nuance (Thor sharing one more moment with Thea, Stark with Howard) Hawkeye becoming Ronin, adopting a more melancholic attitude throughout. The emotional resonance is at its absolute highest, such as Stark’s guilt at losing Peter and that serving as the motivation for him to rejoin the team in retrieving the stones.

The third act is utterly spellbinding, just so glorious and poetic with cap finally welding the miljnor and Tony’s poignant death. It’s not without its fair share of classic MCU troupes, gags aplenty and Thanos becoming more of a basic villain, despite this there’s a level of maturity to the film that just clicks for me.
Infinity war is grandiose and impactful no doubt, it’s the epitome of blockbuster entertainment but endgame is just the icing on the cake for me. I like my stories to have an actual ending with a finite conclusion.

If infinity war is the equivalent of the twin towers then endgame is the of return of the king to which I prefer the latter due to the story coming to an end. Honestly though I’d say endgame is marginally superior to infinity war because they are basically one giant movie split in half. However endgame is much better than most MCU film
Deadinside
Deadinside - 6/10/2024, 3:45 PM
@MadThanos -
"looks so fake and 2D."
Maybe, they're in a comic book universe in that scene...! That's, at least, what I thought the first time I saw it...!☮️🤷‍♂️

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