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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Holden Kopman
Holden Kopman
Entertainment and Social Media Editor

Holden Kopman is a Junior at Sage Creek who holds the Entertainment and Social Media editor position for The Sage. He enjoys writing a diverse selection of topics within the program’s web section.

“Deadpool and Wolverine” Official Trailer Blurb, The Wade is Over

“Deadpool and Wolverine,” the first Deadpool film part of the MCU, releases this summer with high expectations from fans. With its debut, the film looks to be far more ambitious than the first two films.
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“Deadpool and Wolverine,” the first Deadpool film part of the MCU, releases this summer with high expectations from fans. With its debut, the film looks to be far more ambitious than the first two films.

On April 22, Marvel Studios released the long-awaited official trailer for “Deadpool and Wolverine” with appearances from stars of the film Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman. After a slew of what has been considered by some Marvel fans “mediocre titles,” there are high hopes that the Merc With a Mouth’s third film entry will bring a returning success to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). 

Within the trailer, there are nods to various MCU products such as an enlarged ant man skull serving as villain Cassandra Nova’s base and mystic arts portals that potentially tie back to magic users like Dr. Strange and Wong. Additionally, Azael and Lady Deathstrike from the Fox X-Men universe make brief appearances, further expanding the list of this movie’s potential cameos. 

While it may be too early to judge, “Deadpool and Wolverine” is shaping up to be a promising film, its trailer packed with hints of emotion, humor, action and many cameos. Deadpool may truly end up being the Marvel Jesus that he self-proclaimed himself to be.

“Deadpool and Wolverine” releases in theaters on July 26.

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