The trailers for Deadpool have shown off the anti-superhero film’s anti-superhero sense of humor, some interesting supporting characters boasting some enhanced abilities, lots of violence, plenty of one-liners, and even a few glimpses of X-Men pal Colossus. And while we’ve seen a bit of Ed Skrein’s Ajax, we haven’t seen much of the fighting that goes on between the big bad and the Merc With a Mouth.
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The Merc With a Mouth really earns that nickname in the latest red band trailer for Deadpool, the profane, balls-out and very violent new superhero-adjacent film that sees Ryan Reynolds reprising his role — albeit far more faithfully — for director Tim Miller in the first X-Men spinoff that doesn’t feature Wolverine. The new red band trailer offered plenty of previously unseen footage and raised a few questions — questions that Miller and producer Simon Kinberg are happy to answer in their official breakdown of the trailer.
Whether you're naughty or nice, there's a new Deadpool trailer just for you. The red band trailer (above) boasts itself as an "even more NSFW trailer," packed with more violence and profanity — you know, generally more Deadpool-appropriate. The green band trailer (below) is a little more friendlier, just in case you're still surrounded by conservative relatives or small children.
Happy Deadpool trailer (aka Christmas) eve, everyone! Ahead of tomorrow’s new trailer debut during the NBA on ESPN, 20th Century Fox has premiered a brief teaser with the help of none other than Wolverine — sorry, Ryan Reynolds, but Hugh Jackman stole your thunder and posted the teaser himself.
Kids these days and their darned, new-fangled ways of communicating. I can't wrap my head around what anyone means when they text me "pizza pizza cat-face gun eggplant." You pretty much need to be a World War II codebreaker or have an Enigma machine to understand what the hell anyone is saying to you through the telephone chat portal. Emojis? Whatever happened to words? "Tap dance airplane crying face poop" doesn't mean anything... right?
To make things even more complicated for the future of my comprehension skills, 20th Century Fox and Marvel have teamed to release a complete set of emoji starring the one and only Deadpool. If you thought "silly ghost winky face thumbs-up scared cat" was already hard enough to decipher, wait until they slap some Deadpool on it. I'm getting too old for this poop.
In the lead up to the release of the new Deadpool trailer on Christmas Day, the 12 Days of Deadpool continues with another small gift — this time a “leaked” script page featuring notes from the Merc With a Mouth himself, along with a few doodles, some silly jokes and a suggestion for a new logo. Turns out your favorite foul-mouthed hero has some strong opinions.
The 12 days of Deadpool continue with today's offering, arriving just in time for national Ugly Christmas Sweater Day — which is actually a thing and has been since 2011, in case you were wondering. Ryan Reynolds' Merc With a Mouth sports an ugly holiday sweater of his very own, though if we're being honest, it's really not very ugly. It's actually kind of classy for a foul-mouthed superhero.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With the kids jingle belling, and everyone telling you Deadpool is near. Yes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year: the 12 Days of Deadpool.
If you had “New Deadpool Trailer” on your Christmas wish list, you can go ahead and tell Santa (or whoever) not to worry about it because the Merc With a Mouth has got it all taken care of. 20th Century Fox will debut a new, full-length trailer for the R-rated comic book movie on Christmas Day, giving us the gift of one very profane superhero.
To celebrate both Halloween and the upcoming release of Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds put back on his superhero costume, and hit the streets on Halloween, meeting up with a bunch of trick-or-treaters dressed up as the X-Men. The Merc With the Mouth tried to recruit these pint-sized mutants to join his Halloween team, but it didn’t quite go according to plan.