This week, Zach and company invade the theater to talk up the Merc with a Mouth, the newly released Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds. NOTE: THERE IS AN EXPLICIT TAG ON THIS WEEK’S EPISODE! DON’T LISTEN WITH CHILDREN IN THE ROOM!
So there’s this character you may have heard of named Deadpool. Red suit, makes jokes, eats chimichangas. He was also in Wolverine: Origins. Well, not really. That wasn’t the Deadpool that’s in this movie. This is a completely different Deadpool movie. But is it a good Deadpool movie? Cue the music and click for the review!
The Deadpool movie arrives in theaters this week, and already a number of toys and pieces of ephemera are available for fans of the character. Hot Toys’s Deadpool figure looks freakin’ fantastic, and it gave Ryan Reynolds a chance to joke at his own expense.
This March, Deadpool and Sabretooth go head to head in Deadpool #8. Marvel was kind enough to send us an early look, that we are going to share with you.
Eventbrite has listed a Deadpool Fan Event that features a Deadpool Beauty Pageant. AMC Empire 234 on West 42nd Street in New York City are inviting fans to not only attending an advanced screening, but to come dressed as the Merc with the Mouth himself with the possibility of being featured on the red carpet. As with all Eventbrite events, admission is not guaranteed even if you RSVP and receive confirmation, so anyone attending should note the first come, first served policy and consider getting in line significantly earlier than the 7:30pm time listed on the info graphic. Deadpool seems intent to cash
20th Century Fox has released their 12th spot for the upcoming Deadpool movie and this latest one has a lot more X-Men and a lot more Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead in addition to a very familiar design of the Blackbird to those familiar with Fox’s pre-existing X-Men movie franchise. Deadpool hits theaters on February 12th, 2016.
Yesterday 20th Century Fox brought The X-Files back to small screens around the world with original cast members David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson and have paired up one of their most iconic franchises with their upcoming Deadpool movie. Deadpool-Files even has it’s own catchphrase in homage to The Truth is Out There: The Merch is Out There. Deadpool hit theaters on Fenruary 12th, 2016.
Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD) and Marvel today announced that the “Deadpool & The Merc$ for Money #1” with variant cover by Greg Horn ComicConBox™ will be available in the February box just in time for Deadpool’s big screen debut.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Deadpool is a hard R, Amazing Forest #1, Faith #1, Escape from Monster Island #1, and Red Thorn #3. Plus, the crazy dreams of Stephen, and we answer the question, “Who are our favorite female heroes?”
When Deadpool arrives in theaters next month, fans are going to get their first look at an R-rated mainstream comic book movie. There has been a petition for a PG-13 version, which makes no sense, so for those who want to see something more kid friendly, here’s an animated trailer.
Youtuber Anthony Marchiando has recut the trailer for the upcoming Deadpool moving in the style of the romance movies that Ryan Reynolds spent so much of the early 2000s acting in. This Deadpool trailer is cut together from Wade’s pre-transformation scenes. While Deadpool is not only going to be tonally very different from what is sure to hit cinemas, it also feels like the most appropriate movie to cut such a trailer together from. Deadpool hit theaters everywhere on Friday, February 12th.
Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Deadpool #7 that kicks off the 25th anniversary of the character created by Rob Leifeld and Fabian Nicieza.