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Ladies & Gentlemen, Two ‘Deadpool’ Trailers Have Arrived!

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UPDATED: A second, NSFW trailer has been added below!

It’s loud, it’s proud, it’s irreverent, and it’s here!  The first official Deadpool trailer has arrived (check out 75 screen grabs)!  After weeks of waiting, the world finally gets a taste of what attendees of San Diego Comic-Con 2015 lapped up last month.  Sure, there has been bootleg footage available to all willing to look ever since then, but it’s just not the same as seeing footage with crystal clear audio and visuals.  Now stop reading my words and just watch the damn things (if you haven’t already)!

So how does it look?  It looks…like a Deadpool movie.  To some, this is manna from Heaven.  To others, rotted stank from Hell.  Your mileage will vary depending on your opinion of the character himself, but there’s no denying that he has seemingly been translated to the silver screen intact.  The fanboys are undoubtedly on board, but only time will tell if general audiences feel the same.

Even if the worst case scenario (the film flopping) comes to pass and we never see a Deadpool 2 or Reynolds’ playing Wade in another X-Men project, it’s a miracle that this film happened in the first place.  Between the massive blow to the franchise’s integrity that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine to the necessary R-rating to seven year gap between the release of that film and this one to properly adapt the character in a solo film, this is a film that should not exist.  Like it’s blood-thirsty immature protagonist, however, it just wouldn’t die.  You’ve gotta hand it to Ryan Reynolds, director Tim Miller, producer Lauren Shuler-Donner, and yes, even Fox, for seeing this one through to the end.

Feast your eyes on the poster below…

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Deadpool is scheduled to hit theaters on February 12, 2016.  Directed by Tim Miller and penned by Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick (Zombieland), the film stars Ryan Reynolds as ‘Wade Wilson/Deadpool’, Morena Baccarin as ‘Vanessa Carlyle/Copycat’, Ed Skrein as ‘Francis/Ajax’, Gina Carano as ‘Angel Dust’, T.J. Miller as ‘Weasel’, Brianna Hildebrand as ‘Negasonic Teenage Warhead’, and Andre Tricoteux as ‘Colossus’.


  • Chris Thrasher

    Was funny. Un…til the rap music started. Then it was funny again…

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        Eat a dick.

  • Werewolf

    They should have used “My Name is Mud” by Primus instead. That would’ve fit, kicked ass, and warranted a few dozen re-watches instead of the horrible indigestion that DMX or whatever just caused.

  • Bryan Gibson

    Um, both trailers above are NSFW. Thanks, BD.

  • HawkCat

    I understand that they don’t want to reference X-Men Origins Wolverine (mainly because that movie screwed up Deadpool so badly), but am I the only one who thinks it’s confusing that this film has the same actor and is basically in the same universe? I’d like to better understand how this branches off of that story.

    • MacFatts

      Did you not see the trailer to the trailer that came out the other day? He says “From the studio that inexplicably sewed his fucking mouth shut the first time”, which takes a direct shot at Origins.

    • Paul

      I read an article last night that Ryan Reynolds said that this movie will not have any connection with Wolverine origins, only because that Wolverine changed the time line in Days of Futures past… So that makes sense if you think about it.. Just saying….

  • LoveAnimation

    So what exactly is a red band trailer and what makes it different from a regular trailer?

    • Uninteligent Man

      Red band is rated R

      • LoveAnimation

        Did not notice anything different from the other Deadpool trailer.

  • this trailer wasn’t bad, BUT it focused HEAVILY around Ryan not in a bad green-lantern costume, and insuring us the character, Deadpool is being made correctly. This is where I stop, nothing about this trailer tells me that the plot aka the events in this movie are special or different from blade, Hancock, superman, or batman, minus the fact he is willing to kill people to do his duty. So even if they nail the character, which they convincingly showed us they did, will the the movie stand out? Will the success of the movie hinge on the Deadpool character or will the filmmakers make the entire movie something special that goes beyond the expectation of a “superhero” movie and then add the Deadpool character on top of that?

    • Uninteligent Man

      It’s Deadpool. You really need a plot to watch his movie? Movie will stand out because it’s for adults. It’s a comedy. They haven’t even said what the plot is going to be. At least not trailer wise. Not to mention it’s DEADPOOL! Not exactly a whole lot going on there besides murder and curse words, which is awesome 🙂

    • Ron Bo

      You’re complaining that the trailer doesn’t give half of the plot away?
      M’kay. I kinda like not seeing 20 spoilers in the trailer.

  • pnut166

    This is like Tarantino made a Marvel film. I`m not sure what to think of that. Most likely it will fall to one extreme or the other: amazing or cringe-inducingly bad. Gotta give props to Fox, though – making this movie took a lot of balls on their part. If it does really well, it might nudge them to push more of their properties into R territory (the last Wolverine movie w / Jackman, anyone ? )


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