Deadpool & Wolverine Trailer Theory: Cassandra Nova isn’t Using Ant-Man’s Head as Cerebro, It’s for Something Much Worse

Ant-Man's Head as Cerebro Suggests a Devious Plan by Cassandra Nova

eadpool & Wolverine Trailer Theory: Cassandra Nova isn’t Using Ant-Man’s Head as Cerebro, It’s for Something Much Worse


  • Ryan Reynolds drops a new trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine featuring Emma Corrin as Cassandra Nova.
  • A theory suggests that Cassandra Nova is using Ant-Man's head as cerebro to hide from the TVA.
  • The new trailer features Hugh Jackman in a comic book-accurate Wolverine costume.
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The new trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine has been released, fans have been jumping with excitement as the trailer finally features Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds as Wolverine and Deadpool. The two are slicing and dicing everything that has been moving. While the trailer focuses primarily on Jackman’s Wolverine, giving fans some context on how our Merc with a Mouth found him. 

Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds as Logan and Wolverine
Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds as Logan and Wolverine

But that’s not all as the trailer featured a number of known faces in the film such as Lady Deathstrike and Emma Corrin as Cassandra Nova in the new trailer. Moreover, the trailer featured Ant-Man’s head as Nova’s base, leading to an exciting theory, which suggests that Deadpool’s MultiVerse adventure would showcase her attempting to gain access to the Quantum Realm.

Deadpool & Wolverine Fuels A New Theory Featuring Cassandra Nova and The Quantum Realm

The internet has been on its tiptoes, as Ryan Reynolds announced that a new trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine would drop in today. The trailer did not disappoint as it finally featured Hugh Jackman as Logan in the new trailer with Reynolds sharing the screen as Deadpool.

Ant-Man's helmet as Cassandra Nova's base
Ant-Man’s helmet as Cassandra Nova’s base

The internet is exploding with excitement as the 2-minute 38-second trailer did not disappoint as Wilson drags Logan in his MultiVerse adventure. The trailer looks action-packed as personalities clash in every clip. However, the trailer features an Easter egg showcasing Ant-Man’s helmet as Nova’s base.

But why is she using the superhero’s head as her base? A theory has surfaced, stating that the supervillain is using the head to gain access to the Quantum Realm. Since we all know that Ant-Man uses the Pym particles created originally by Hank Pym, therefore, a connection can be established where she is hiding there.

Emma Corrin as Cassandra Nova in Deadpool & Wolverine trailer
Emma Corrin as Cassandra Nova in the new trailer

Moreover, we have learned that time travel is possible in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it was featured in the 2019 film, Avengers: Endgame. Hence, it can be assumed that the TVA hired Deadpool, who dragged Wolverine to get hold of Nova. From there they got access to time travel and the MultiVerse as they jumped into an interdimensional portal, eventually becoming the Marvel Jesus.


Brand New Trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine Features Some Old and New Faces

Hold on to your chimichangas, the film features some of the old faces that fans have seen in the first two films. The film features Karan Soni as Dopinder, the most beloved mutant taxi driver, Morena Baccarin will also return as Vanessa, it also features Lewis Tan as Shutterstar, and Rob Delaney as Peter from the X-Force lineup.

The trailer also showcased Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and Shioli Kutsuna as Yuki making their return to the film. While the trailer features the old faces that we know and love, Emma Corrin puts the limelight on herself, as she portrays the X-Men supervillain, Cassandra Nova. 

Hugh Jackman in comic-accurate Wolverine costume
Hugh Jackman in comic-accurate Wolverine costume

One key thing that fans should notice is that Nova and Wolverine are from the same universe, therefore she has issues with Logan’s variant in the film. Both actors look visually stunning in the film, as Hugh Jackman portrays a comic book-accurate Logan, and in Ryan Renolds’ Deadpool’s words “I’m soaking wet,” as we all have been waiting for this moment for years.


Deadpool & Wolverine are set to premiere in theatres on 26 July 2024.

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Tushar Auddy, Content Writer. He has been in the entertainment industry for 3 years and is always on the lookout for a captivating story. He is a student of Linguistics and is currently pursuing his Master's degree in the same field. He has a passion for literature that runs deep and loves nothing more than getting lost in a novel for hours on end. When he isn't reading, you'll find him capturing the beauty of language.