Deadpool & Wolverine teases more Marvel cameos with incredible Spider-Man Easter egg

Kayla Harrington
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Deadpool and Wolverine’s latest trailer revealed a fun Spider-Man Easter egg that could hint at an upcoming Marvel cameo.

It seems like everyone has picked over the full-length Deadpool and Wolverine trailer for its various Easter eggs and villain first looks, but the trailer keeps on giving as many have spotted a fun Spider-Man callback when it comes to the fight choreography.

When watching the trailer (at 1:55), fans can see Deadpool bobbing and weaving Wolverine’s claw attacks in a maneuver only seen in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man.

The scene is a reference to the iconic lunchroom brawl Peter Parker had with his bully Flash Thompson in which he used his new Spidey reflexes to dodge Flash’s blows in front of his peers.

This action shot has some fans thinking this could be a way to bring Tobey Macguire’s Spidey back onto the big screen with one fan tweeting, “Sam Raimi is the Blueprint.”

Macguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland are no strangers to appearing in multiverse movies thanks to their big trio comeback in Spider-Man: No Way Home. So, there’s a high probability that one, or maybe more, Spider-Men could be making an appearance in the upcoming Marvel movie.

However, as Deadpool and Wolverine seem to be bopping around lesser-seen universes, like the one in Logan, there’s a chance the Spider-Man bob-and-weave method could be a fun fourth-wall break from the merc with a mouth.

There are a ton of Easter eggs, cameos, and Wolverine theories floating around, so fans can (hopefully) get everything they want answered once Deadpool & Wolverine hits theaters on July 26, 2024.

If you’re looking for more superhero content, you can check out the new Spider-Man 4 news, read all about the upcoming The Fantastic Four movie, and keep updated with any Avengers 5 changes.

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Kayla is a TV and Movies Writer at Dexerto. She's huge fan of Marvel (especially if Wanda Maximoff is involved), shows that make you laugh then cry, and any cooking show found on the Food Network. Before Dexerto, she wrote for Mashable, BuzzFeed, and The Mary Sue. You can contact her at