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Final ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ trailer offers a proper look at Lady Deadpool

Marvel has released the final Deadpool & Wolverine trailer, offering a proper look at Lady Deadpool and a reintroduction to a familiar character. You can watch it above.The film is set to be released worldwide on July 25, and was co-written by Ryan Reynolds, who reprises his role as the regenerative antihero, alongside Hugh Jackman as the mutant X-Men figure.Deadpool & Wolverine will see both characters finally integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it serves as the latest entry in Phase Five of the saga, following on from November’s The Marvels.The film is set some time after the events of Deadpool 2, with Wade Wilson (Reynolds) now trying to live a quiet life with his friends and family – until the TVA drag him into a multiverse-meddling mission.

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Queer creator of ‘gayest’ Star Wars series claps back at haters who claim it’s ‘woke’ propaganda with ‘lesbian space witches’
The Acolyte” is pushing back against those who say that her show is “woke” propaganda featuring “lesbian space witches,” slamming the criticism as “reductive.”Leslye Headland, the “first openly queer person to create” a major Star Wars project as The Hollywood Reporter (THR) described her, spoke to the outlet this week about the backlash the show has gotten for its progressive themes, telling the outlet that she never intended to make a show with an overt political agenda, even if it contains some LGBTQ messaging.“I don’t believe that I’ve created queer, with a capital Q, content,” Headland told the entertainment outlet.“Star Wars: The Acolyte” has proven to be one of the most divisive entries in the Star Wars franchise since its debut on Disney’s streaming platform earlier this month. Despite being a hit with critics – it currently features an 85% Rotten Tomatoes rating among professional movie reviewers – it has a 14% audience score, the lowest rating in that category among all Star Wars content.The Disney-owned film franchise has been criticized by fans in recent years who claim the company has embraced “woke” storylines and characters, with fans slamming “The Acolyte” as the most progressive one yet.The show’s LGBTQ reputation has preceded itself, generating a now-viral moment where a journalist from The Wrap told Headland and non-binary series star Amandla Stenberg during an interview that the show is “arguably the gayest Star Wars by a considerable margin.”Though she and the actor were amused by the question, Headland suggested it wasn’t something she was aiming for.