Marvel Characters Inc. Has Trademarked Various Potential Titles for the Upcoming Deadpool Installment; Among Them ‘Deadpool 3’ and ‘Deadpool & Friend’

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One of the most anticipated upcoming releases in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is undoubtedly “Deadpool 3.” This film is poised to reignite excitement among both dedicated fans and casual viewers alike. Despite the plethora of rumors circulating daily about the movie, official confirmations have been scarce. Speculation suggests that the film may incorporate familiar faces from the X-Men universe and villains from Fox’s previous X-Men films. There have also been whispers of potential appearances by celebrities such as Taylor Swift and characters like the Hulk.

Amidst the ongoing rumor mill, the exact title of the movie remains elusive, with Disney’s official pages listing it as “Untitled Deadpool movie.” However, recent filings with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) indicate that Marvel has trademarked several potential titles, including “Deadpool & Friend,” “Deadpool & Friends,” “Deadpool & Wolverine,” and the straightforward “Deadpool 3.”

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Insiders like Alex Perez from Cosmic Circus have suggested that the title may undergo changes, perhaps with each trailer or teaser release, until it settles on a final choice, with “Deadpool & Wolverine” being a strong contender.

This prank aligns perfectly with Deadpool’s character traits and sense of humor. A similar situation occurred with ‘Agatha: The Darkhold Diaries,’ where the show underwent multiple title changes due to Agatha’s eccentric and unpredictable nature.

Regardless, the movie is slated for release in over five months, on July 26, 2024, after experiencing several delays. The anticipation is high, especially with expectations for the first trailer, rumored to debut tonight during the Super Bowl. Speculations suggest the trailer will run for about two and a half minutes and focus more on Deadpool, with less emphasis on Wolverine.

Which title for ‘Deadpool 3’ do you prefer? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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