It’s also Hugh’s first Marvel appearance since 2017’s critically-acclaimed Logan.
As for what’s been teased thus far, the trailer confirmed Ryan’s anti-hero Deadpool will be introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This came amid a Loki crossover as Wade Wilson’s birthday party was interrupted by the TVA.
He was introduced to an agent, played by Matthew Macfayden, and given the chance to become a ‘hero among heroes’.
Footage from across the MCU is then aired on screens.
‘Your little cinematic universe is to change forever,’ Ryan’s character said.
‘I’m the Messiah, I am Marvel Jesus,’ he quipped after making an innuendo joke Marvel owner Disney.
Breaking the fourth wall, Deadpool then cheekily quipped: ‘Pegging isn’t new for me friend-o, but it is for Disney.’
It’s safe to say fans lost their minds over the joke, with @TheLoganBrand writing on X: ‘Deadpool made pegging mainstream, btw.’
@HMKilla added: ‘Lmao That Deadpool trailer really laid it into Disney PEGGING oh my f**k. This movie is gonna be so unhinged I love it.’
@ForrestThrills said: ‘I always wonder how they can top the previous Deadpool’s and here we have it. “Pegging isn’t new for me, but it is for Disney” unreal.’
Keen to not give too much away, though, the trailer doesn’t show a great deal of Wolverine.
A shadow of him wraps up the teaser before a quick flash of his yellow suit, leaving cinema fans dying for more.
Something fans can look forward to, though, are plenty of other cameos.
As well as Succession’s Matthew, the movie includes appearances from Emma Corrin (Murder at the End of the World), reportedly Sir Patrick Stewart, and more.
There will also be a few returning Deadpool characters, such as Brianna Hildebrand’s Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Morena Baccarin’s Vanessa.
Plot details also seem to be being withheld for now, although the film is certain not to be short on action, as Deadpool can be seen stabbing and shooting multiple .
Very much R-rated, he was also surrounded by splatters of blood in one scene.
Directed by Shawn Levy, Deadpool 3 will be released in cinemas on July 26, with production having wrapped on January 24 this year.
It’s safe to say fans have been waiting a very long time for their third installment, as they were first introduced to Deadpool in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine before he landed his very own spin-off series.
The latter premiered to huge success in 2016, before he returned to the silver screen for a sequel in 2018, starring alongside Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, and Zazie Beetz.
Deadpool & Wolverine lands in cinemas on July 26.
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