Deadpool 2 Fantastic Four Concept Art

When it comes to Deadpool 2, there were a lot of ideas that never came to fruition for one reason or another. For example, one idea featured Chris Evans reprising his role as Human Torch from 20th Century Fox’s 2005 adaptation of Marvel’s first family during the X-Force interview process. But it turns out that when Tim Miller was still attached to Deadpool 2, there was some kind of idea involving the entire Fantastic Four team, but not the version featuring Chris Evans.

Concept artist Alexander Lozano has posted some art from the early days of development on Deadpool 2 before director David Leitch took over the production. The art in question involves a new look for each member of the Fantastic Four from the most recent, failed 2015 adaptation from director Josh Trank. Check out the Deadpool 2 Fantastic Four concept art below. Read More »

Bedlam in Deadpool 3

Terry Crews was on a Television Critics Association panel for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which was rescued by NBC after being cancelled by Fox. He’s also had a big summer with roles in the indie darling Sorry to Bother You and the mega Blockbuster Deadpool 2.

Both movie roles are sort of cameos. In Sorry, he plays the uncle in whose garage Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield) is living. In Deadpool 2, Crews played Bedlam, a member of the X-Force that Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) recruits. Spoilers for Deadpool 2 follow, but we found out whether Bedlam can return and why Crews feels a little guilty for his role in the film’s deceptive (but hilarious) marketing.

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How Deadpool 2 Should Have Ended

Normally superheroes movies take themselves seriously enough that they’re easy targets for cracking jokes from the people behind How It Should Have Ended. But when you’re dealing with a wise-cracking, fourth wall-breaking, self-aware character liker Deadpool, you’ve gotta raise the bar a little bit. Thankfully, even though the jokes don’t land as well as those in Deadpool 2, the imagined scenes that might have made things a little easier on all our characters keep it from being a dud. Read More »

Deadpool 2 Deleted Scene

Deadpool 2 is available to buy on digital download today, and if you’re looking for some convincing that you need to pick up the home video release that comes with the Deadpool 2 Super Duper $@%!#& Cut, we’ve got just the thing for you.

One of the Deadpool 2 deleted scenes has been released online, and it’s one of several scenes that is being put back into the film for the extended cut of the fourth wall-breaking Marvel Comics movie. It features Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson, dressed as a register sex offender (as Negasonic Teenage Warhead so lovingly puts it), as he puts on his best face (which is hard since he literally has the worst face) to be polite and helpful by doing some meal planning for the X-Men. Read More »

Deadpool 2 blooper reel

After making a splash at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International with its extended “Super Duper $@%!#& Cut,” 20th Century Fox’s Deadpool 2 is coming to digital home video tomorrow. A superhero film with an impending home video release? You know what that means: bonus features are beginning to make their way online.

Today, we have a look at the Deadpool 2 blooper reel, which shows stars Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, and Zazie Beetz dropping F-bombs, screwing up their lines, and generally goofing off during the making of the superhero sequel. Check it out below. Read More »

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Deadpool 2 Comic-Con Concert

Deadpool 2 already arrived in theaters back in May, but there’s a renewed interest in the foul-mouthed superhero sequel because a new cut of the movie is on the way to home video. The Deadpool 2 Super Duper $@%!#& Cut is coming home in August, and to help promote the arrival of this new cut of the film with tons of alternate jokes and deleted scenes, the Merc with a Mouth himself put on a special concert at San Diego Comic-Con, and you will undoubtedly recognize the band that he hired to play with him. Read More »

Omega Red in Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2 featured its fair share of notable mutants from X-Men lore, but there are so many characters in that universe that there’s never enough time to do them all justice on the big screen.

One mutant who has never been given his due in a live-action X-Men movie is a Russian villain named Omega Red. He’s slated to appear in one of the bonus features on the upcoming Blu-ray release of Fox’s Deadpool 2, and now one of the movie’s makeup artists has given us our first good look at the character. Read More »

Deadpool 2 extended cut

If Deadpool 2 wasn’t naughty and uncouth enough for you, you’re in luck! A Deadpool 2 extended cut is going to make its way to Blu-ray soon. And that’s not all – the extended cut will also screen at San Diego Comic-Con. Insert self-referential and/or innuendo-laced joke here! More on the Deadpool 2 extended cut below.

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solo box office

Solo: A Star Wars Story continues to fly so low at the box office, with its second weekend seeing a drastic 65% drop. Solo only made $29.3 million at the domestic box office this weekend, far less than its $84 million three-day opening, though still enough to maintain its No. 1 spot.

And while the Star Wars prequel film managed to top the domestic box office, it suffered another hit internationally, where Deadpool 2 reclaimed the crown.

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Deadpool 2 death

Deadpool 2 is filled with surprises, including a surprising death that happens before the opening credits have rolled. This death plays a big part in Deadpool 2‘s plot, but it’s also part of a storytelling trend that many would like to do away with. But Deadpool 2 director David Leitch thinks otherwise.

Spoilers follow.

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