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  • Deadpool & Wolverine trailer confirms Deadpool’s time-travel antics were permanent, and the TVA is seemingly integrating him into the MCU.
  • The trailer features references to past Deadpool movies, including returning characters and recreated scenes.
  • Deadpool & Wolverine references multiple MCU movies, including Age of Ultron, Thor: Ragnarok, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.



The first trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine features a collection of exciting references and Easter eggs to multiple Marvel movies. Featuring several nods to the existing Deadpool franchise, Fox’s concluded X-Men universe, and the overall MCU, Deadpool & Wolverine promises to be a multiversal adventure of epic proportions.

Beginning with Wade Wilson’s birthday, the new Deadpool & Wolverine trailer confirms that Deadpool’s time-travel antics at the end of Deadpool 2 were permanent. To that end, Wade is now facing the consequences thanks to a version of the Time Variance Authority, a confrontation that will seemingly integrate Deadpool into the greater MCU. To that end, here are all the references and Easter eggs to other Marvel movies in Deadpool & Wolverine’s first trailer.


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2 Every Reference To Past Deadpool Movies

Deadpool founding X-Force in Deadpool 2

Deadpool & Wolverine features multiple references to both the first Deadpool and Deadpool 2. This includes returning characters and the potential recreation of scenes as Deadpool is seemingly at war with the TVA.

Deadpool’s Task Force X and Vanessa Saved From Deadpool 2

Deadpoool With Friends and Family In Deadpool 3

Deadpool & Wolverine opens with a birthday for Wade Wilson, featuring guests from the previous Deadpool films. This includes both his wife Vanessa and his X-Force team, even though they were all killed in Deadpool 2. This confirms that Wade’s time-travel antics at the end of the movie bring them all back was indeed canon, and is most likely what caught him in trouble with the TVA.

Deadpool Potentially Recreating First Movie Action Scene

Deadpool Recerating Red Suit Scene In Deadpool 3

Near the end of the trailer, Deadpool is surrounded by TVA agents when he throws up a hand and tells them all to wait. This mirrors the highway scene in the first Deadpool movie when Deadpool gives his classic line about why he wears a red suit (so the bad guys can’t see him bleed). As such, Wade may be riffing on this same scene here with the TVA’s Minute Men.

1 Every MCU Movie Reference In Deadpool 3

Deadpool looking surprised with characters from the history of the MCU

Deadpool & Wolverine also features multiple references to the MCU which Wade seems to be fully entering thanks to the TVA and one Mr. Paradox (Matthew Macfadyen) who’s offering him the chance to be a hero. As such, TVA monitors feature scenes from past MCU projects along with a few Easter eggs throughout the trailer.

TVA Monitors Show Avengers: Age of Ultron & Thor: Ragnarok

Ultron and Ragnarok Scenes In Deadpool 3

Mr. Paradox shows Wade multiple images of the known MCU. This includes images of Iron Man and the entire original Avengers roster from Age of Ultron. A shot of an electrically-charged Thor is also featured at the end of Thor: Ragnarok.

Deadpool Salutes Captain America: Winter Soldier

Deadpool and Winter Soldier Scenes In Deadpool 3

Hilariously, shots from Captain America: The Winter Soldier are featured on the TVA monitors. This promotes Deadpool to salute the Star Spangled Man with a Plan, a likely reference to Wade Wilson’s love for Steve Rogers in the original comics.

Helicarrier In Deadpool 3

One of the MCU’s SHIELD Helicarriers is also seen in the vast wastelands featured in the trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine. This is likely the Void at the End of Time as seen in Marvel’s Loki.

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