Deadpool & Wolverine TV Spot Shows Wade Wilson Teasing Changes in The MCU

Deadpool & Wolverine TV Spot Shows Wade Wilson Teasing Changes in The MCU

The new Deadpool & Wolverine TV spot makes another Loki reference as Paradox tells Wade he was chosen for a "higher purpose."

Deadpool & Wolverine Credit: Marvel Studios / Disney

Deadpool & Wolverine has been promoted to shake up the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the two titular characters are set to enter the Multiverse. It will be the first time Marvel Studios produces a Deadpool film after Disney’s acquisition of Fox in 2019 and the X-Men to be part of its project. That said, a new TV spot for the threequel shows Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson teasing the changes in the Marvel universe.

You can watch the Deadpool & Wolverine TV spot below:

Released by Marvel Entertainment, the 30-second Deadpool & Wolverine preview, titled Purpose, kicks off with Matthew MacFadyen's Paradox telling the Merc with a Mouth that he has been chosen for a “higher purpose,” teasing a similarity to the glorious purpose of Tom Hiddleston’s Loki in Loki Season 2. As Paradox tells Wade that he will be a hero among heroes, the latter gives a big salute to the Avengers, whose clips are playing on monitors at the Time Variance Authority’s (TVA) office. From there, Wade makes a huge declaration.

“The Marvel universe is about to change forever,” he says.

As he gears up to be Deadpool again after leaving his mercenary life behind, the scene shifts to his meeting with Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine in the diner. The adamantium-clawed hero asks him to put his mask back on, a sequence already shown in the previous trailers.

The temporal entity Alioth, a reference to Loki, then appears as Deadpool declares that he is "Marvel Jesus." The preview also gives a glimpse of Lady Deadpool’s legs and a close-up look at Emma Corrin’s Cassandra Nova as the battle in the Void begins. She uses her telepathic powers to send Deadpool and Wolverine flying backward to a clothing shop. Later, Logan holds Dogpool while asking Wade if he really is “God’s perfect idiot.”

“The answer is yes,” he willingly admits.

Deadpool & Wolverine Credit: Marvel Studios / Disney

How will Deadpool & Wolverine change the MCU?

Though it remains to be seen how Deadpool & Wolverine will change the MCU, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige earlier hinted that the movie would greatly impact the larger Multiverse. In an interview with Empire in May, the Marvel boss revealed that Wade would be intrigued by the Sacred Timeline, but he would later learn that his mission’s stakes were “universe-sized.”

“Deadpool is very intrigued by [the Sacred Timeline],” he said. “He learns soon thereafter that it’s not quite as simple an offer as he thought it was, and the stakes are universe-sized.”

Aside from Jackman, Deadpool 3 will see the return of several X-Men actors from past Fox-Marvel movies, like Aaron Stanford and Tyler Mane, who will reprise their roles as Pyro and Sabretooth. That said, the film may officially end Fox’s X-Men universe as Marvel Studios is now working on its X-Men reboot.

So, the stakes Feige may be referring to are the serious repercussions of destroying the mutants’ own cinematic universe and their grand entrance to the MCU. This may affect the other timelines in the franchise as the movie may explain where the X-Men are all along and their sudden appearance in the multiverse that may change the MCU forever.



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Deadpool & Wolverine is set to hit the big screens on July 26.

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