DEADPOOL Trailers With Some Other Stuff!

Well folks we now have our first official look at the upcoming 20th Century Fox film, Deadpool, as two trailers have been released one being green band and the other in full red band awesomeness! Check them below along with a breakdown from the director himself thanks to Empire.

Here are some of the things Tim Miller, Deadpool director, dished out in Empire's exclusive breakdown from the trailers:


"We flash backwards and forwards in time throughout the movie, so this scene of Wade before he’s Deadpool doesn’t necessarily come as early as you’d think. But even if you were to place it linearly, it would still probably come about 20 minutes in. We meet Wade before he’s met Vanessa (Morena Baccarin), when he’s a kind of small-time mercenary. Then he meets her and falls in love, and then they learn he’s got cancer. So this scene is post-cancer."


"That’s Jed Rees, who plays The Recruiter. He was great. He was the main alien in Galaxy Quest: that’s what I knew him from! He did a good job of being creepy and syrupy sweet. The 'superhero' thing is a big issue for fans of Deadpool, and certainly with us. Deadpool’s not a superhero. He doesn’t want to be a superhero. He doesn’t like superheroes. So the whole idea of him potentially becoming a superhero is treated with disdain. We recorded a voiceover this morning where Wade is like, 'Even if you have cancer, just murdered a man in Mexico and you’re on the brink of death, if someone offers you the choice to become a superhero, the answer should be no...'"


"That got a good laugh at Comic-Con. For the most part, we try to stick to the rule that Wade Wilson can’t break the fourth wall. He’s not aware that he’s in a movie. Deadpool is. He only breaks the fourth wall when he’s Deadpool. So we’re tiptoeing on the edge of breaking our own rule there, because he’s still Wade at that point. We shot a few more Green Lantern jokes, but I’m not sure how many will survive the cut. Ryan definitely had some Green Lantern issues to work out. We had about a minute’s worth of dialogue between him and Colossus where he talks about it, like, 'So a guy comes with a thousand-dollar suit and says, "We want you to play a superhero," but there’s no script yet and the release date is completely unmakeable…' He goes on this whole anti-Green Lantern run, but I’m not sure it’ll stay in, because probably not even half the people in the theatres will get those jokes. You can’t only play to the comic fans. He’s spouting weird shit all the time, and if you don’t pick up on every joke, that’s fine. But you can’t leave everybody behind all the time. Any joke that an audience needs to look up on the internet after the movie is not something I’m in favour of. But that scene’s one for the DVD extras, for sure."


"That line’s actually stolen from later in the movie. The shot is Wade shooting at a gunman on a motorcycle, but the line comes from later when he’s just realised that he’s permanently Deadpool and he can’t fix his face, and he’s also just learned that Ajax is in jail for the next five years so there’s no hope of that happening at all. So he just decides that he’s just going to go and fuck some people up, and be the best hitman ever. So he and Weasel have this moment where Wade says, 'I’m not a patient person. I always eat the dessert in my Lunchables first.' And Weasel says, 'Well, you could get Vanessa back, or go on The Bachelor...' and then Wade takes his hood back and you see how ugly he is. And he says he’s going to wait five years for Ajax to get out, and in the meantime, 'Daddy needs to express some rage...'"

Click here for more of what Miller had to say about the movie!
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

The cast include Ryan Reynolds(Wade Wilson/ Deadpool), Morena Baccarin(Vanessa Geraldine Carlysle/Copycat), Ed Skrein(Ajax), T.J. Miller(Weasel), Gina Carano(Angel Dust), Brianna Hildebrand(Negasonic Teenage Warhead)

Deadpool will land in the UK on February 4 and February 12 in the USA.

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