Hugh Jackman Improves Deadpool and Wolverine Titles with Logo Adjustments


The first trailer for the Marvel Studios movie was released during the Super Bowl broadcast.

One of the big phenomena of Super Bowl LVIII has been the release of the first trailer for Deadpool and Wolverine, the only movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe that will arrive in theaters in 2024.

Ryan Reynolds not only returns as Wade Wilson, the iconic Merc with a Mouth from Marvel, but also brings along Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, even though the Australian actor spent years claiming that Logan would be his last time playing the mutant.

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This epic encounter on the big screen has barely been shown in the trailer for Deadpool and Wolverine, which hasn’t even properly showcased Hugh Jackman beyond a final glimpse.

In addition to being able to confirm that, at least in terms of the trailer, the Merc with a Mouth remains as genuine as he was in the Fox movies, the new title has also been revealed, so we will no longer refer to Shawn Levy’s film as Deadpool 3.

Hugh Jackman adjusts the new title of Deadpool and Wolverine

But the Australian actor believes that the new title of the movie still does not accurately reflect the rivalry between the two characters and the stars who embody them, so he has turned to Twitter (X) to share a new version.

Fixed,” he said in a tweet where he shared the newly edited title as “Wolverine & Asshole“. He has made sure that this time, Wolverine is the name that appears in large.

The “rivalry” between Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman is one of those situations that make the internet worth paying for and always leaves us with funny moments on social media.

Deadpool and Wolverine could take this battle to new levels after years of sowing this false enmity and, in the process, could be the life raft that the Marvel Cinematic Universe so desperately begins to need after years of comings and goings.

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