This year’s San Diego Comic-Con was as sparkling as ever, though there was one engaging repudiation — Marvel Studios didn’t uncover adult to plead a arriving line-up of movies. No Captain America: Civil War, no Guardians of a Galaxy Vol. 2 and really no Infinity War. Instead, 20th Century Fox had to fill in a blanks with a possess Marvel characters.

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The row kicked off with a expel and director of Fantastic Four, a dirty reboot that’s entrance to theaters subsequent month. Not many hype has been surrounding this release, though according to those in attendance, a trailer was distant some-more earnest than anything a studio had showed before.

That trailer hasn’t finished it online yet, though once a Fantastic Four group left a stage, Ryan Reynolds and a expel of Deadpool took a stage, and some rule-breaking fans couldn’t stop themselves from unctuous a few videos.

What follows is a initial central trailer for Deadpool, a film that many comic book fans never approaching to see. Reynolds told fans on Twitter that “the VFX shots aren’t finished yet,” though a high peculiarity chronicle of a trailer should arrive within a subsequent 3 weeks. Until then, here’s what everybody saw during Comic-Con (NSFW language):

Finally, Hugh Jackman walked out to speak about his time as Wolverine in the X-Men films. After a brief while, executive Bryan Singer and a rest of a expel of X-Men: Apocalypse assimilated Jackman in sequence to deliver a brief teaser trailer for a 2016 film:

There we have it — dual of a many rarely expected Marvel movies, and conjunction one is coming from Marvel Studios. The picture we see during a tip of a post is Fox’s full Marvel lineup, that includes a third (and final) Wolverine film and a underline for Channing Tatum’s Gambit.

Hopefully a studios won’t take too prolonged to strictly recover these trailers.

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