Deadpool and Wolverine to Release Cellphone PSA Video in Theaters This Summer

Deadpool and Wolverine
Credit: Marvel Studios

Deadpool and Wolverine
Credit: Marvel Studios

Deadpool and Wolverine is set to unveil a public service announcement (PSA) video in theaters soon in the weeks leading up to the film's release.

One of the major issues that both theater owners and some of moviegoers have regarding the theatrical experience is the usage of cell phones while the film is playing.

Fortunately, the two lead characters of the upcoming MCU film are teaming up to remind the audience about the etiquette before the movie is playing.

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Deadpool and Wolverine PSA Video Will Remind Audiences to Turn Off Their Phones

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A recent report revealed that a Deadpool and Wolverine PSA video that will remind audiences to silence their phones while the movie is playing is set to release in theaters soon.

The spot was first played during Disney's CinemaCon presentation, but a sanitized version is now also being planned to play publicly in theaters soon.

The video starts with Deadpool telling Wolverine about his theories regarding Avengers: Secret Wars. However, before he says a word of what he heard about the film, he gets interrupted by his cell phone ringing.

Wolverine gets impatient and faces the camera to directly remind the audience that they are in a movie theater, not in "your grandma’s nursing home." Deadpool calms him down.

While Wolverine was dropping F-bombs in the version that was shown in CinemaCon, the public version will be bleeping them to make it suitable for the general audience.

Aside from reminding the audience about the etiquette, the PSA will also help promote the film in the weeks leading up to its release since Disney is aiming for a huge marketing push.

So far, Marvel Studios and Disney have not laid out the details regarding the release plans of the PSA, but it should add to the hype among fans who are looking forward to seeing the two heroes finally team up.

Deadpool and Wolverine is set to arrive in theaters this July 26.

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