Deadpool 3—officially titled Deadpool & Wolverine—is coming this year. And there’s a ball-busting (no, literally) trailer to prove it.

The last instalment, in which Ryan Reynolds’ titular “merc with a mouth” squared off with Josh Brolin’s Cable, arrived almost six years ago. To up the stakes this time, Reynolds has enlisted the help of his longtime frenemy Hugh Jackman, whose blade-fisted superhero has been canonically dead since 2017’s Logan.

A lot has changed in the intervening years: Deadpool and X-Men studio 20th Century Fox was acquired by Disney, so now Marvel Studios holds the keys to Deadpool, meaning that the famed fourth wall-breaker will be absorbed into the MCU in future appearances, including the third installment.

The rumor mill had churned endlessly as to when Ryan Reynolds’ anti-hero would make his MCU debut—some even thought they saw him in the poster for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Those turned out to be false—but it’s a multiverse, so anything can happen.

If the Deadpool 3-specific rumors are to be believed, this installment will be replete with cameos from familiar faces across the Marvel-sphere. Kelsey Grammer’s post-credits reprisal as the X-Men’s Beast in The Marvels seems a lot like a tease of what’s to come. Just don’t quote us.

Here’s everything we know about Deadpool 3.

What will Deadpool 3 be about?

All we really know so far is that it’ll be R-rated, a subject of major debate with Deadpool being sucked into the family-friendly MCU proper; the film’s creators have promised the character won’t be “Disney-fied” (the newly released trailer, with its many crotch-focused gags, can attest to that).

“And we were used to doing things our way, so there are differences, but I think the great part is that Marvel’s been incredibly supportive,” writer Rhett Reese told The Playlist. “They are gonna let Deadpool be Deadpool, you know? It’s not like any particular joke may be the one that they say, ‘You know, that’s too far,’ that could happen, but to this point, it’s been nothing but support.”

Other than that, there’s not a ton of info out there. Even the trailer doesn’t give much away, except the fact this one will truly be a two-hander with Jackman’s Wolverine and they’ll have to save the world from [insert vague megalomaniacal evil villain here].

Is there a trailer for Deadpool 3?

As Deadpool himself would probably insist on putting it, the edging is over! After what feels like a lifetime of teasing, the first official trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine has been released.

After killing off the character in 2017’s Logan, Jackman’s Wolverine is back propping up bars with a snarl. As of right now, we don’t know how the timelines square, though Reynolds has said the film doesn’t interfere with Wolverine’s beautifully melancholic ending.

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