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 »

Stoned Alone details

The recently announced Home Alone riff, Stoned Alone, is in good hands with director Augustine Frizzell. Frizzell’s feature directorial debut debut, Never Goin’ Back, is an acclaimed and wonderful A24 release that should raise expectations for 20th Century Fox’s R-rated, Ryan Reynolds-led stoner comedy. Frizzell recently told us about the importance of the Christmas classic, making a holiday stoner comedy with some heart, and more.

Below, read what the director had to say about her Home Alone riff.

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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 »

stoned alone

Ryan Reynolds is putting an R-rated spin on one of the most beloved family films of all time. The Deadpool star will apparently be taking his brand of irreverent, adult humor to the classic Christmas film, Home Alone. And get this — it will be a stoner comedy called Stoned Alone. Genius!

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detective pikachu

The very-elusive crime solver known as Detective Pikachu has decided to move out of his home at Universal and set up shop at Warner Bros. instead. The film, which is 100% real, we swear, features Ryan Reynolds as Detective Pikachu, a Pokemon who solves mysteries and wears a Sherlock Holmes hat, or some such silly nonsense.

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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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David Leitch interview

David Leitch, the co-founder of 87Eleven, has just finished directing (and co-directing) three of the most notable American action movies of the last few years. The former stuntman brings his eye for action and visually appealing worlds, as shown by Atomic Blonde and (his uncredited work on) John Wick, to Deadpool 2. Leitch not only takes the franchise’s action and scope to another level, but also adds a little more personality to Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) and friends, including newcomers Cable (Josh Brolin), Domino (Zazzie Beetz), and Russell (Julian Dennison).

Originally, Leitch was interested in developing the X-Force movie, but after a few weeks of working on his pitch, Deadpool 2 came his way. After a warm reception from audiences and critics, we had the opportunity to speak with Leitch on the movie’s opening day about crafting the sequel’s action, how the first movie influenced some of his choices, and one X-Men easter egg that was cut from the movie.

Below, check out our David Leitch interview, which contains a few spoilers.

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Michael Bay Robopocalypse

Michael Bay, the director of great trash (The Rock, Armageddon) and bad trash (most of the Transformers movies) alike, has always been the kind of filmmaker who shoots his films for the biggest, loudest screens possible. Good or bad or something in-between, his films have been blockbusters in the truest sense of the word – you want them to fill your vision and overwhelm your pitiful, human senses.

So here’s some left-turn news for you: Michael Bay is making a movie for Netflix called Six Underground. And it’s going to star the newly hot Ryan Reynolds, an actor with no shortage of choices after two Deadpool movies.

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Deadpool 2 Trailer Breakdown - Ryan Reynolds

As soon as Deadpool 2 hit theaters last weekend, fans wanted to talk about the hilarious mid-credits scenes. We took a deep dive into what happened during the credits, mostly because a couple moments raised some big questions about the future of Deadpool. Now some new details have come to light that provide some answers to those questions.

But in order to talk about them, we need to dive into some major spoilers, so proceed at your own risk. Read More »

Deadpool 2 Extended Cut

Deadpool 2 only just arrived in theaters this past weekend, but director David Leitch is already teasing a director’s cut.

Right now, the cut of Deadpool 2 that audiences can see in theaters clocks in at exactly 2 hours. But before that cut came together, there was an early version of the film that David Leitch put together in order to show producers. The initial cut of the movie came in at 2 hours and 12 minutes, and that’s the version Leitch is working on restoring with Ryan Reynolds and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.

So what will the Deadpool 2 extended cut include? We know a couple of the scenes that will make it back into the movie, and it sounds like there will be plenty of new jokes for fans to soak up as well. Read More »