Deadpool 3 and 11 movie trailers we may see during Super Bowl LVIII

The Super Bowl is always a big time for studios to drop first looks at upcoming movies and this year will be no different. Here are the trailers we're expecting will be shown during the big game.

pa0364_comp_v3014.1021 – Ryan Reynolds stars as Deadpool in Twentieth Century Fox’s DEADPOOL 2. Photo Credit: Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox.
pa0364_comp_v3014.1021 – Ryan Reynolds stars as Deadpool in Twentieth Century Fox’s DEADPOOL 2. Photo Credit: Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox. /
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2. Inside Out 2

Speaking of Disney, there is a strong chance Deadpool 3 won't be the only Disney title promoted during the Super Bowl. It's looking incredibly likely that Disney will air a new trailer for Inside Out 2 which is sure to become one of the most-watched trailers from the game. The first teaser for the sequel to 2015's hit animated Pixar film racked up 157 million views within the first 24 hours becoming the most-watched Disney trailer of all-time. There's no doubt a Super Bowl spot for the film would garner even more attention.

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3. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

With Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes slated to arrive in theaters on May 10, there is a strong chance we'll be seeing a new trailer for the upcoming release during the big game. It's been three months since the first trailer was released and there is no bigger stage than the Super Bowl to debut a new look at the film coming this summer.

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4.  Bob Marley: One Love

There are some big films coming in February, but it seems only one might get a prime plug during the Super Bowl. Rumor has it that Paramount Pictures is expected to drop a new trailer for its upcoming Bob Marley biopic, Bob Marley: One Love, sometime during the game. The move is one that makes perfect sense given the Super Bowl is expected to be viewed by more than 100 million viewers, so it's a great way to give the film a big plug before its theatrical release.