Deadpool was many things. It was funny, crude, action-packed, bloody, perverted, bloody perverted and, of course, it was dead fucking sexy. But what some people may have missed is that Deadpool also had a rich, gooey middle, filled with enough love and romance to rival even the mushiest of chick-flicks. Now, with the release of the movie on DVD and Blu-ray, it appears as if the REAL story of Deadpool is being appreciated by all. In fact, the merc with a mouth is ranking in as Amazon’s #1 romantic seller. (more…)
Another fan favorite has tossed his hat into the Deadpool 2 Cable Ring, or rather Ron Perlman has tossed his hair into the ring. The Deadpool team has done quite well in casting and marketing Deadpool and fans are expecting no let up from the sequel expected sometime in 2017. The casting of Cable, who was announced as a character for the sequel in the post credits scene in Deadpool is a hot topic across the Internet with fans and actors alike throwing out names to play the man from the future. Click through to see Ron Perlman’s pitch to don the cybernetic arm. (more…)
At a recent stop over at The Nerdist to promote his latest film Kindergarten Cop 2, perennial 80’s action star Dolph Lundgren threw his hat into the Deadpool 2 Cable casting ring. It’s pretty much a given that the Deadpool 2 production team will be pulling out all the stops to cast Cable and teasing us relentlessly about it until the ink dries on the contract for whomever they decide on, but before you dismiss Dolph’s desire, check out the incredible shape he is in for a man his age. (more…)
Just when you thought Ryan Reynolds and the Deadpool marketing team couldn’t break any more walls, they do just that by appearing in Screen Junkies Deadpool Honest Trailer. Now that is taking things to the next level. FYI, it is safe for work, there’s plenty of beeps and bloops to cover what you know Deadpool is really saying. (more…)
When Deadpool rocked contemporary media with its sass and its swear words, nerds all over were thrilled by the prospect of more of their favourite characters getting the same kind of treatment in future. It has long been the dream of comic readers to see the grim, gritty twists and turns from many of books come to life on the big screen. Until Deadpool, almost all the films from the Marvel universe were a solid, family friendly PG-13. (more…)
Deadpool was a box office success and pleased fans and newcomers alike, mainly due to the brilliantly timed gags that pushed the envelope, even in an R-rated movie. Throw T.J. Miller into the mix and you had a recipie for some amazing comedy moments. If you thought you’d seen all of the jokes that Deadpool could muster up, you are very wrong! In four days time Deadpool will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD and with it comes a gag reel in the special features that includes some improvisation and mistakes that make the development of Deadpool look just as much fun as the film itself.
The Deadpool Blu-Ray/DVD hits on May 10th and the Deadpool Marketing team is back at it with this new trailer. It’s everything you want in Deadpool marketing and hopefully, somewhere there’s a marketing award ceremony that the Deadpool Marketeers can sweep and win all the awards, they deserve it. Never change Deadpool marketing team, don’t ever change. You’re a delightful, irreverent, cleverly twisted, and we all love you for it. (more…)
99% of the time, when there is Ryan Reynolds or Deadpool related news, readers are in for at least a chuckle. Today, however, it is a bit different. Earlier this week, 13 year old Connor McGrath, a Deadpool fan who also happened to be the first person to see the film, passed away after a brave, fierce battle with cancer. Reynolds met the young man thanks to the always amazing Make-A-Wish Foundation. From the heartfelt tribute Reynolds posted to his Facebook page last night, it seems that meeting Connor was just as special to the star as it was to the young Canadian. (more…)
If you have ever attended San Diego Comic-Con, or know someone who has within the last ten years or so, you have likely heard plenty of Con stories that begin with “I remember when you could buy tickets at the door”, or “Movie studios ruined Comic-Con”, or, on the other side, “I am so glad I waited 37 hours in line just to be the first to see footage of…”, or, “Can you believe what [insert studio name] showed in Hall H??”. SDCC isn’t just a convention – it’s an event, and every year, the event seems to divide attendees as to what the best and worst parts of the convention really are. For many, standing or sleeping in that ridiculous Hall H line on the convention lawn, down the pier, or even over on Hall H Island (that one’s for those in the know) is all part of the experience, while for others, it is the hell they endure just to see what surprises a studio will bring. Today, a report out of The Wrap claims that fans will now have one less movie studio to worry about or get excited for, as the case may be, as 20th Century Fox may be bowing out of the convention, thanks to pesky pirates. (more…)
Deadpool 2 is choo-choo training its way towards a sequel, with all of the original creative team for the film on board. While everyone is excited to see what ways they’ll keep the franchise “fresh”, one of the most talked about reveals for the sequel (that was confirmed in the film’s second end credits tag), is the inclusion of Cable in the film.