Deadpool trailer commentary

The Deadpool trailer arrived for public view this week, and the two versions of the trailer combined have been viewed over fourteen million times, plus those who saw the actual broadcast debut. For a huge audience, though, Deadpool may still be something of a mystery. We’ve seen footage, but still know relatively little about the movie.

That’s where director Tim Miller comes in. He provided written Deadpool trailer commentary, and the info he shared helps put a lot of the trailer in additional context, while also teasing stuff still to come in the film, and even things that have already failed to make the cut.

Miller explains a bit about the appearance of X-Men Colossus, and some Green Lantern-bashing dialogue that probably won’t make final cut. Oh, and he suggests a sequel character whose name rhymes with Cable. (OK, the name is actually Cable.) Read More »

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Ryan Reynolds promised shortly after Comic-Con that the first Deadpool footage would arrive in just a few weeks. Now he’s about to make good on his word. The first two Deadpool trailers are set to arrive next week — one red-band and one green-band. Get all the release details on the Deadpool trailers after the jump. Read More »

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The first bit of Deadpool footage should be hitting the web any day now, but in the meantime we’ve got three more pics to hold you over. Ryan Reynolds takes center stage as the Merc with a Mouth, and in the new images he’s enjoying a bit of quality time with the women in his life — namely, his girlfriend Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) and his sidekick Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand).

See the latest Deadpool pics after the jump.  Read More »

Deadpool photos

Deadpool made a huge mark on Comic Con, and there will be an official footage release within weeks. (We haven’t confirmed whether or not that will be precisely the same footage shown at Comic Con, or some variation, but we do expect that Fox knows people outside the convention want to see something close to what was in Hall H.) Now, at the very least, you can get a look at the last batch of Deadpool photos, now in high resolution. Check those out after the break.  Read More »

Deadpool Make a Wish

After 20th Century Fox debuted our first look at Deadpool with a fantastically hilarious and bloody teaser trailer at Comic-Con, some fans who weren’t at the convention may have seen the footage online as it has been leaked by some dastardly fan.

It’s hard to get mad about the leak since star Ryan Reynolds addressed the main reason this film was finally getting made when he took the stage in Hall H, “One year ago today, some fucking asshole leaked that footage, and because of that we’re here today.”

But anyway, if you’re wondering when you can get an official glimpse at Deadpool footage, Reynolds has revealed that fans will get some kind of treat in about three weeks. Find out more about when you can see Deadpool footage below! Read More »

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Deadpool hitchhikes to Comic Con

For years comic book lovers have been clamoring for a Deadpool movie, and earlier this movie it finally started shooting. Today, fans at Comic-Con got a first look at actual footage from the R-rated superhero pic, which stars Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth.

Reynolds also took the Hall H stage to talk about the movie, along with his co-stars Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Ed Skrein, and Gina Carano and director Tim Miller. They revealed new information about the movie, including character details. After the jump, read our Deadpool footage recap and reaction, plus highlights from the panel.  Read More »

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As those who’ve been following our coverage know, Deadpool is now shooting in Vancouver with Ryan Reynolds in the title role. He’s playing the smart-assed and red-suited mercenary created by Fabian Nicieza and artist Rob Liefeld — a character who gets a second chance on the big screen after his fairly dismal first outing in the first Wolverine film. A number Deadpool set photos, drawn from today’s shoot, have gone online thanks to various social media outlets. Through them you can see how this second cinematic take for the character looks. (Hint: pretty great.) Read More »

deadpool movie filming

Mark it on your calendar, Deadpool fans. March 19, 2015 is the day we saw the first images from the set of a Deadpool movie. Stars Ryan Reynolds and Morena Baccarin both tweeted out images of their set chairs with a makeshift, paint-splattered logo marking the start of production.

It’s been a long road for the film, which was first announced in 2009 and sat in development hell until the test footage shot for the then head of 20th Century Fox leaked online. Fox then saw the fan desire for the film and put it on the fast track.

Deadpool will be released February 12, 2016 and below you can see the Deadpool movie filming images. Read More »