Who doesn’t love going to the movies, especially for an action-packed flick? All that adrenaline, the reactions of the crowd, the emotions you feel overwhelming you. So, for all of you who love a Marvel-property-movie that feels nothing like a Marvel, I’ll recommend the movie Deadpool.
Deadpool is a superhero movie based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, distributed by 20th Century Fox. It was released in 2016 and quickly became both a financial and critical success. It’s a full package; It got the action, the humor, and a fun, surrealist superhero, different from the ones we are used to seeing on the big screen. Plus, they didn’t forget about the crucial romance part.
Ryan Reynolds was the one to portray Wade Wilson, a mercenary with a superhuman ability of an accelerated healing factor and physical prowess. And, both of them are funny, witty, crude (but in all the best ways), which made the 41-year-old actor a perfect choice for the movie.
People praised Reynolds’ performance, as well as the film’s style and faithfulness to the comics.
So amazing news for all faithful fans: Deadpool is back!
The second Deadpool movie got its first teaser trailer on Wednesday, and for some reason, it’s come in the form of a Bob Ross inspired parody video.
Bob Ross was the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, an instructional television program and in the teaser trailer, you can see Ryan dressed as Deadpool who is dressed as Bob Ross. He is wearing his superhero costume underneath Ross’s signature jeans and white shirt, with a curly wig on top. Bizarrely hilarious, right?
However, the best part doesn’t start until the 1.30 mark. Then you see several characters appearing briefly in a violence-laden montage from the actual Deadpool 2 movie.
Source: Comic Book Movie
You will see Cable’s leg as he draws his gun, then Deadpool taking aim before he’s joined by Vanessa and the taxi driver Dopinder in different shots. We even see the return of Negasonic Teenage Warhead!
The Deadpool sequel is reportedly set to be released on the big screen in June 2018. However, that’s subject to changes.