It's been awhile since we've seen anything from 20th Century Fox's highly-anticipated superhero adaptation Deadpool, with star Ryan Reynolds releasing a high-flying photo back in August. This morning, the actor shared yet another image through his Twitter account, which shows the Merc With the Mouth trying to connect to today's youth, specifically, Brianna Hildebrand's Negasonic Teenage Warhead, by doing some light reading. The photo features both characters taking shelter behind a vehicle that's been turned on its side, with Deadpool reading Judy Blume's Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.
While we don't know for sure at what point in the superhero movie this image is from, it appears to be in the aftermath of the highway shootout scene that fans saw in the Deadpool trailer released at Comic-Con this summer. The turned-over vehicle seems to be a dead giveaway, but, then again, one would think there may not be enough time to catch up on some reading when machine gun-toting bad guys are gunning for you. One thing is for certain, though, Negasonic Teenage Warhead hardly seems impressed by Deadpool's choice of reading material.Read More
Last week, it was confirmed that the red band trailer for the highly-anticipated Deadpool will debut on TBS' Conan tonight, Tuesday, August 4. The late-night talk show even changed the rating of their show to TV-MA, so they can show the violent and foul-mouthed R-rated footage on the air. With just hours left until the trailer debuts, Conan O'Brien posted a photo on his Twitter account, which reveals the host pictured next to Ryan Reynolds in his full Deadpool costume.
It isn't known if Ryan Reynolds will spend his entire appearance in the Deadpool costume, or what other antics the Merc With the Mouth will have in store for viewers tonight. Since the talk show's rating was changed to TV-MA, it's possible that both Ryan Reynolds and Conan O'Brien will take full advantage of the adult rating to curse up a storm throughout the night. It also isn't known if the trailer will debut online directly after airing on Conan or not, but we'll bring you the footage as soon as we have it.Read More
There aren't any 20th Century Fox movies hitting theaters in three weeks, the weekend of July 31, but the studio is releasing their Fantastic Four reboot one week later, on August 7. What isn't known is if they will release the full, uncensored Deadpool trailer, which is chocked full of R-rated adult language that the SDCC crowed seemed to enjoy immensely. It's possible that the studio could release the red band trailer online in three weeks, and then put together an all-ages version to play in theaters attached to prints of Fantastic Four.
Ryan Reynolds stars as the title character, with Morena Baccarin (Vanessa Carlysle), T.J. Miller (Weasel), Ed Skrein (Ajax), and Brianna Hildebrand (Negasonic Teenage Warhead) rounding out the supporting cast of director Tim Miller's superhero adaptation. Are you excited to see the official version of this much-beloved footage? While we wait for an official trailer release date, check out Ryan Reynolds' tweets below, including a photo he took with the 20th Century Fox panel's surprise guest, the new Gambit himself, Channing Tatum.
As much as I want the #deadpool footage from #SDCC officially released, the VFX shots aren't done yet. We have something for you in 3 weeks.— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 12, 2015
It wasn't until I got home, I realized my keys, wallet and kidney was missing. #Gambit. #deadpoolpic.twitter.com/gFsYHBGcX5— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 12, 2015Read More
Leading up to 20th Century Fox's massive two-hour Comic-Con panel in Hall H, the studio never officially confirmed which movies they were going to show, but Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds revealed that he was heading to San Diego earlier this week, and Rob Liefeld, who created the Deadpool comics, held a scavenger hunt all around San Diego, where he hid 24 original sketches for fans to find. When the panel finally got under way, fans got to see The Merc With the Mouth with the first official trailer, which everyone has been raving about since the panel let out.
Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life. The panel got kicked off with an innovative opening sequence, narrated by Ryan Reynolds, who says, "In a world divided by fear, one man must stand against the forces of evil. From the studio that inexplicably sewed his mouth shut, they give you... me," and when the lights turned on, the actor himself was standing on the stage, much to the delight of the thousands of fans in attendance.Read More
Will En Sabah Nur finally be revealed in the first footage from X-Men: Apocalypse during the epic 20th Century Fox Comic-Con panel happening in Hall H at 5:45 tonight? Probably not, since Oscar Isaac, who is playing the title villain, only arrived on set last week. Not much of the actor has been shot yet. But that doesn't mean we aren't getting a sneak peek at the iconic Marvel comic character. A poster being handed out on the convention floor has our first look at what may be the X-Men's greatest foe of all time.
As of yet, 20th Century Fox has not revealed who or what will be arriving on the Hall H stage. Though, director Bryan Singer has teased that he wants to show off some footage. Will that footage include a sneak peek at Apocalypse? Perhaps, we'll get some concept art. We'll also likely get to see the new X-Men in their full costumes, as those actors have been on set in Toronto for quite sometime. Even though Bryan Singer spent this past week in Toronto continuing to shoot the trilogy ending sequel, he is expected to appear in person.Read More