See our official recap of the Deadpool & Wolverine trailer

Deadpool & Wolverine | Official Trailer | In Theaters July 26
Deadpool & Wolverine | Official Trailer | In Theaters July 26 / Marvel Entertainment

Hours ago, the official trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine was dropped from Marvel Entertainment, and the theatrical release date is only months away. What a way to begin the week, especially on Monday. However, the official trailer reveals more about the story from the teaser that was released 2 months ago.

The synopsis stated according to IMDb, "Wolverine is recovering from his injuries when he crosses paths with the loudmouth, Deadpool. They team up to defeat a common enemy."

The trailer begins inside a low-lit bar with a bartender speaking to the person seated in the bar about how he's not welcome here and anywhere. In a closeup of Logan's (Hugh Jackman) face asking for another drink Deadpool's (Ryan Reynolds) jokingly says, "Hi, Peanut!" and Logan declines to come with him after Deadpool asks.

In a Deadpool fashion after lifting Logan from the stool, Logan brings out a small silver piece of his claws as Deadpool claps back in response to Logan's claws reveal. In a classic Deadpool move, he pulls out a gun and put it to Logan's forehead to reconsider.

(L-R): Hugh Jackman as Wolverine/Logan and Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool/Wade Wilson in 20th Century Studios/Marvel Studios' DEADPOOL & WOLVERINE. Photo courtesy of 20th Century Studios/Marvel Studios. © 2024 20th Century Studios / © and ™ 2024 MARVEL. /

There are photos online revealing Jackman wearing a comic book-accurate yellow Wolverine costume that appeared in the 1990s animated series next to Reynolds's Deadpool. In comparison to the teaser, the trailer shows Wolverine/Logan and Wade/Deadpool as a frenemy turn-buddy comedy. Most revealing is that the new Deadpool movie refers to Logan/Wolverine's past as an X-Men and the MCU.

Within 1:15 minutes the trailer shows Wolverine and Deadpool walking in slow-motion outside of the streets in costume ready for battle. A song plays, hyping the anticipation of what is to be expected once Deadpool and Wolverine are released in theaters on July 28, 2024.

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