Depending on what kind of multiplex you go to, you may have noticed that cardboard movie theater standees have gotten more complex in recent years. Some are just 3D versions of movie posters, while others allow fans to interact or pose for photos that make them look like they’re part of the poster.
And that’s exactly what 20th Century Fox and Marvel movie have delivered with the latest fun standee you might spot at your local theater. This Deadpool standee has the Merc with a Mouth acting as Santa Claus, so you can sit on his lap for a nice Christmas card photo for your friends and family. Look! Read More »
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Whether they were scantily clad members of the Avengers or cheap renditions of the Justice League, you probably saw a lot of superheroes walking around. But some lucky trick or treaters were lucky enough to team up with someone as close as they can get to a real superhero.
Ryan Reynolds hit the streets last night dressed as Deadpool, and it looks like he found some movie marketing friendly kids dressed as his 20th Century Fox owned Marvel Comics cohorts known as the X-Men. Read More »
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Fans have been waiting for a Deadpool movie for over a decade. Ryan Reynolds became attached to play the Merc with a Mouth as far back as 2004 when a solo film about the meta mercenary was in the works at New Line Cinema, but he didn’t end up playing the character until a bastardized version of him arrived in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
After the disappointing spin-off mistreated the character on the big screen, rumors of a solo film persisted and finally came closer to reality after a pitch reel was made by visual effects wizard Tim Miller. Thankfully the pitch reel was leaked and fan reaction was finally enough to convince 20th Century Fox to make the movie.
Now that the film is in post-production, Ryan Reynolds talks Deadpool, opening up a bit about the thrill of finally getting to make this movie after 10 years and why now is the perfect time to make it happen. Read More »
The first Deadpool red band trailer is officially here, thanks to Fox and Conan. The first footage from the film debuted a few weeks ago at Comic Con and was quickly bootlegged, but following a brief trailer tease that went online yesterday, this is the real thing. Hit the jump to take in all the foul-mouthed and blood-spattered action from Marvel’s Merc With a Mouth as played by Ryan Reynolds and brought to the screen by director Tim Miller. Read More »
Even though the early buzz on Fantastic Four may be good, 20th Century Fox isn’t resting when it comes to pushing the movie on general audiences. A new four-minute sneak preview has just surfaced, which is basically a combination of all the previous trailers with a bit of new footage and longer takes of shots that we’ve seen before.
But there’s a bonus at the end for those who sit through the whole four-minute video (or just fast forward to the last 30 seconds), because Deadpool pops up to let everyone know that they’ll also see a trailer for his movie with Fantastic Four this weekend. But we’ll end up seeing the red band trailer for that tonight, so stay tuned. In the meantime, watch the Fantastic Four extended preview after the jump! Read More »