We are currently less than a week away from the release of our first official look at Deadpool 3, and more details have surfaced regarding the nature of the trailer.
X/Twitter insider @Cryptic4KQual gave fans an insight into what they could expect from the trailer, which is set to premiere after the Super Bowl on 11th February.
The scooper claims that the movie will feature a spot at the Super Bowl.
A full trailer will be released online after the event. It is unknown if the Super Bowl spot will also be released online simultaneously.
Earlier this week, they claimed that the trailer for Deadpool 3 was ready, and was being dubbed in other languages.
They also claim that two versions of the trailer will be released – a red-band and a green-band trailer.
This would mark the movie to be the first Marvel Studios project to receive a red-band trailer. (Sorry Kraven, still not the MCU.)
A red-band trailer is intended for mature audiences, typically for R-rated movies. A green-band trailer usually edits out the violence or cuts out inappropriate scenes from R-rated features entirely, as in the case of Kraven the Hunter.
The official title of the film is also expected to be announced alongside the trailer. Currently, the film remains Untitled Deadpool Movie.
More specific details regarding the trailer and yet to be confirmed, and we hope that remains the case until it releases officially.
In the upcoming film, Ryan Reynolds will reprise his role as Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool. Hugh Jackman will also be returning as Wolverine.
Other returning cast members include Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, Karan Soni as Dopinder, Stefan Kapicic as Colossus, and Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead.
The film may also feature appearances from other Marvel characters, although specific details have yet to be confirmed.
Deadpool 3 is set to release in theatres on July 26, 2024.