Instead of offering a sneak peek of the next Logan trailer (expected sometime in January) by way of a trailer for the trailer, 20th Century Fox is doing something a little different. They’ve decided to set up a website where you can sign up with your personal address, and they’ll send you a postcard of one out of the 1,974 frames that make up the trailer.
For those doing the math, with there being 24 frames per every second of film, the trailer is about 82 seconds long (nearly a minute and a half). Also, fun fact, 1974 just happens to be the year that Wolverine debuted in Marvel Comics, in an issue of The Incredible Hulk.
The prospect of a new Logan trailer is enticing, but what about the possibility of seeing Wolverine and Deadpool in the same movie? The rumor about Ryan Reynolds appearing Logan has been totally debunked by both the actor and Logan director James Mangold, but that doesn’t mean we won’t have a chance of seeing the characters on the big screen again, this time the right way.
Find out more about the Deadpool and Wolverine movie after the jump, as well as how to get your own collectible Logan trailer still postcard. Read More »
Ryan Reynolds‘ Fox Marvel universe character Wade Wilson would probably love the CinemaSins “Everything Wrong With” series of videos… But would he have enjoyed their latest entry, Everything Wrong With Deadpool? Hit the jump to watch Everything Wrong with Deadpool.
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Posted on Friday, December 16th, 2016 by Angie Han
The list of actors who’ve played superheroes is long, and getting longer seemingly every day. But the subset of actors who’ve played multiple superheroes is still pretty small. One who belongs to that exclusive club is Ryan Reynolds, who played Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, then Green Lantern in Green Lantern, and then Deadpool again in Deadpool.
That last film was the one where he finally struck gold. Deadpool fared better than Green Lantern by every metric, earning far stronger reviews and grossing way more at the box office. So what went right? Why did Deadpool soar where Green Lantern had stumbled? Reynolds has some thoughts on that front. Read More »
It’s unfortunate Tim Miller isn’t returning to the director’s chair for Deadpool. Following his departure, rumors began to swirl around about why 20th Century Fox and the director parted ways. A budget dispute was a big rumor, but Miller denies that along with a few other rumors.
Below, Tim Miller talks Deadpool 2 to clear up some of the misinformation out there.
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Even though there were some worries about Deadpool 2 after director Tim Miller left the project due to creative differences with star and producer Ryan Reynolds, the project seems to be back on track with John Wick helmer David Leitch behind the camera
While we’re still waiting to hear about Deadpool 2 casting for new roles like Cable (which was a point of contention between Miller and Reynolds) and Domino (who has a shortlist of actresses who were in contention for the role), there’s one more Marvel Comics character Ryan Reynolds wants to bring into the franchise: Wolverine.
Find out what Ryan Reynolds said about a possible Deadpool and Wolverine movie after the jump. Read More »
Fans became a little concerned about the future of Deadpool 2 when director Tim Miller, an integral part of the success of the first movie, departed the sequel following creative differences with star and producer Ryan Reynolds. But now John Wick director David Leitch has been brought on board, and hopefully we’ll get a sequel that satisfies everyone who loved the first, raunchy, fourth-wall breaking, comic book romp.
With Ryan Reynolds recently being named Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainer of the Year, the actor sat down with the magazine to discuss the sequel, his excitement for the new director, and a resistance to making the follow-up bigger than the first. Ryan Reynolds talks Deadpool 2 after the jump. Read More »
Last night during The Walking Dead, Sony Pictures premiered the trailer for Life. No, this isn’t the Anton Corbijn-directed Robert Pattinson biography of the Life Magazine photographer from last year. This is the 2017 science fiction thriller about an international space crew that discovers life on Mars. Directed by Daniel Espinosa (Safe House, Child 44) and written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Zombieland, Deadpool), the film features Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation), Olga Dihovichnaya, Ariyon Bakare, Hiroyuki Sanada (The Wolverine) and Ryan Reynolds. Watch the Life trailer now embedded after the jump.
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Over the weekend, Deadpool fans had a bombshell dropped on them when we learned director Tim Miller would no longer be at the helm of the sequel. Creative differences were cited as the reason for Tim Miller’s exit, mainly that his vision for the movie didn’t line up with what producer and leading man Ryan Reynolds had envisioned for Deadpool 2. Now we have some specific details as to what exactly Miller and Reynolds disagreed on.
Find out about the Deadpool 2 creative differences after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 by Angie Han
After spending much of Deadpool trying to find Francis, it looks like the Merc’s next job will be to track down a new director for Deadpool 2. Tim Miller, who helmed the first film and was expected to return for the sequel, has dropped out due to creative differences with star Ryan Reynolds. Read More »
It’s crazy to think that we now live in a time where an R-rated Deadpool movie is now one of the most successful movies of the year. It took years to get the character who was so grossly mistreated in X-Men Origins: Wolverine into his own movie, but the dedication of Ryan Reynolds, writers Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick and director Tim Miller kept it alive. However, the fans also had a key part in convincing 20th Century Fox to finally take a chance on an R-rated superhero.
Thankfully, the gamble paid off, and one of the main reasons for that success is the unique marketing onslaught that Deadpool brought everywhere. The Merc with a Mouth’s traditional breaking of the fourth wall allowed for some of the most unique advertising we’ve seen from a blockbuster in recent memory, so much that it’s been nominated for a Clio Award, which recognizes innovation and creative excellence in advertising, design and communication.
In traditional Deadpool fashion, the nomination is being accepted by Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, praising the movie marketing for no less than five minutes. But beware, because the video is very much NSFW, just like the movie Read More »