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The first ‘Deadpool 2’ teaser is here, and it’s hilarious

Published Mar 3rd, 2017 8:31AM EST
Deadpool 2 Release Date and First Trailer
Image: Fox

Remember the rumor that said Ryan Reynolds and the Deadpool gang was shooting a short Deadpool 2 trailer that was supposed to run after the credits in Logan? It turns that report was slightly inaccurate. The scene Reynolds shot actually plays right before Logan starts, as a hilarious introduction for the final Wolverine movie. The clip also tells us that Deadpool 2 is indeed in the making, but doesn’t provide an actual release date.

The Deadpool scene you see before the movie starts won’t be part of the sequel. It’s just a snarky introduction to Logan.

We see Reynolds as Wade Wilson witnessing a mugging on the street, at which point he rushes off to the nearest phone booth to change into his Deadpool outfit just like Superman would. However, Wilson is really having a hard time getting his suit on, and he spends about a minute inside the booth, struggling to get the costume on. When he’s nearly done with it, he hears a gun going off and it’s too late to save the guy.

“You know who would have been able to save you? Logan.” Deadpool tells the dead guy after finally reaching the scene of the crime. “He doesn’t have to change into anything. All he wears is jeans and a tank-top.”

As for Deadpool 2? It’s “coming… not soon enough,” the teaser says. Here’s the clip, as recorded with a smartphone in a theater.

YouTube channel ComicBookCast2 has a good rundown of the clip and provides an interesting tidbit. This first Deadpool 2 teaser might come in different versions depending on where you see Logan.

Chris Smith Senior Writer

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he brings his entertainment expertise to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises.

Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.