Watch the trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine, cause that's the title

Deadpool & Wolverine has it all: Meta jokes, Wade Wilson's pock-marked face, direct engagement with the Marvel multiverse and the guy from Succession. Also Deadpool and Wolverine.

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

The Super Bowl went down today, with the Kansas City Chiefs triumphing over San Francisco 49ths. Football fans and Taylor Swift fans alike were thrilled. We also got a few trailers for big new movies on the horizon, starting with the highly anticipated Deadpool 3.

Actually, we now know that the movie will be called Deadpool & Wolverine, and feature Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman back in their iconic roles. We don't actually see Jackman, but there's plenty of Reynolds wise-cracking his way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Watch above!

Deadpool & Wolverine is indeed directly tapped into the MCU. Deadpool is taken by the Time Variance Authority, the bureaucracy from the Disney+ show Loki. After a talk with a TVA agent played by Succession star and recent Emmy recipient Matthew Macfadyen, Deadpool is off on a multiversal adventure featuring guns, knives, splits, slow-mo, full-on f-bombs, and the shadow of the wolverine.

Can Marvel Jesus save the MCU? We'll find out on July 26.

The best movie trailers from Super Bowl LVIII

We got a few other big trailer debuts at the Super Bowl. Check out this one for Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, coming out on May 10. The last movie in this series, 2017's War for the Planet of the Apes, depicted humankind and apekind in a conflict for control of the world. We lost. The new movie jumps ahead to when apes rule the planet and humans live in scattered groups. Check it out:

Next up is our first look at Twisters, a sequel to the 1996 disaster movie about scientists who chase tornados to discover their secrets. This July, a new generation of thrill-seeking nerds will go at it:

Then we got a teaser for Wicked, the movie version of the Wizard of Oz musical that first took Broadway by storm way back in 2003. It's kind of a miricle it took this long to get to the big screen:

The Wicked Witch of the West, aka Elphaba, will be played by Cynthia Erivo, while Gilnda the Good Witch will be played by pop star Ariana Grande. Both of them have seriously impressive sets of pipes, so this is one to watch. Wicked will be out this Thanksgiving, although the story is being split into two movies, so expect Wicked: Part 2 next year.

We also got some new spots for movies we already have trailers for, including for the Ryan Reynolds-starring action-comedy The Fall Guy...

...horror prequel A Quiet Place: Day One...

...and a very meta spot for John Krasinski's "live-action Pixar movie" If, starring meta king Ryan Reynolds:

Should be an interesting 2024, especially for Ryan Reynolds.

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