Test footage from the unlikely-but-not-impossible Deadpool movie has been appearing and disappearing all over the Internet for the past few days, with a high-res version popping up on Vimeo (since deleted) and DailyMotion (the player above).
Here's what we know about it: director Tim Miller and actor Ryan Reynolds made the two minutes or so of footage back in 2012 to convince 20th Century Fox to greenlight a film. It hasn't convinced them yet, and Reynolds has been less than optimistic about the movie's chances in recent interviews. Fans can assume that if there had been (or could be) a Deadpool movie, it would have looked a lot like this. There's a lot to like about what's in here, and a few things that seem to be missteps. Let's take a look.
How many comicbook movies are on your gift list for Christmas or Hanukkah? Does it already include The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and The Amazing Spider-Man? Are you chuffed enough to request the The Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-Ray, or are you nervously holding your wad for April 2013, when the 10-disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One drops like a ton of bricks? When it finally comes time to plop down and watch your superhero flicks, new or old, you will have to come face to face with a startling fact: throughout the relatively short history of comicbook movies, a whole lot of actors have played more than one character. How can you reconcile that in your OCD-afflicted,
For all those who love the third Blade movie, Blade: Trinity, you'll be happy to know that, if a few recent behind-the-scenes stories from Patton Oswalt are any indication, the creation of the movie seems to have been at least as entertaining as the movie itself... Although it may not ha
In our latest series of super-hero movie reviews, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson take on the films chosen by you, the readers: X-Men!
Chris Sims: Welcome back to our entirely unnecessary in-depth review of X-Men Origins: Wolverine! When we last left off, Wolverine was walking away from an explosion in slow motion, which is a pretty nice summary of the entire film.
Matt Wilson: An explosion that Wolverine caused by setting a fire wit
Chris: Welcome back to Ice Skating Uphill for the final installment of ComicsAlliance's Unnecessarily In-Depth Review of the Blade film franchise! We're at the mid-point of Blade Trinity, and when we last left our heroes, Dracula had taken to the streets in order to take out Blade once and for all!
David: In his corner: time-lapse montages! It's really amazing how much blander this movie is than the previous two. David Goyer: just not a very innovative director.
Despite being regarded as something of a flop, Green Lantern will apparently be followed up by a sequel that Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov indicates will be "darker and edgier" than the original light-hearted Ryan Reynolds romp based on the DC Comics
MTV News has let loose a mondo Green Lantern banner as part of its week of summer movie previews. As group shots go, it's by far the most comprehensive image of the movieverse's GL Corps. We've got a pretty good handle on who 9 of the 12 lanterns are, but this brave new CGI movie world
Warner Bros. Interactive has released a new trailer for Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters that features extensive footage of in-game play. Tying-in to the upcoming Green Lantern film based on the legendary DC Comics superhero, Rise of the Manhunters appears to give players the freedom to do pretty much everything they would want to in a Green Lantern game (except kill all the other Green Lanterns, steal their rings and reboot the universe).The Manhunters were the first galactic police force created
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