The first teaser trailer for Deadpool 2 has been released.
Preparations for the sequel to last year’s hugely-successful Marvel Comics adaptation are currently underway, with Ryan Reynolds set to reprise his role as the titular anti-hero.
The first glimpse of the new film – tentatively titled Deadpool 2 – has emerged in a new teaser trailer, which has been debuting in cinemas worldwide this weekend before screenings of the X-Men spin-off Logan.
Shot by Deadpool 2 director David Leitch, the teaser has also now been released on Reynolds’ YouTube page. Entitled ‘No Good Deed’, the clip sees Deadpool – who, as Wade Wilson, is seen at the start of the short film listening to John Parr’s ‘St. Elmo Fire’ – responding to a street robbery in his usual, meta way.
There’s also a cameo from former Marvel President Stan Lee. The trailer itself doesn’t give away many clues on when fans can expect the sequel, with the final message reading: ‘Deadpool… coming … not soon enough’.
Watch the first teaser trailer for Deadpool 2 below.