It’s safe to say that there’s a lot of anticipation for Deadpool 2 as the first movie was a roaring hit. A couple of teasers and trailers have already been released so far but fans always want more. Fans of the franchise will be excited to know that a new Deadpool 2 trailer has been released today. The new trailer gives us our longest look yet at the upcoming anti-superhero […]
Deadpool fans will be pretty excited to find out that a new Deadpool 2 trailer has been released today. The new trailer introduces the upcoming movie’s villain Cable played by Josh Brolin. As you can probably imagine, the trailer for this anti-superhero movie is packed with action and happens to be hilarious at the same time.
As you might have heard, Disney has recently announced their plans to acquire Fox for a whopping $52 billion. This has huge implications in the entertainment industry, naturally, but for comic book fans, this also has implications that we’re sure many are wondering about, which includes the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool.
Following the rumors that Disney was close to buying Fox, the rumors have since been confirmed as Disney has recently announced the deal which is said to be worth $52 billion. What this means is that pending regulatory approval, Disney’s acquisition of Fox will also see some Marvel franchises return to the company (Disney owns Marvel).
Earlier this year the folks at 20th Century Fox released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Deadpool 2 movie. For those who are understandably excited for the sequel, you’ll be pleased to learn that a new teaser trailer has since been released, and given that this Deadpool we’re talking about, as expected it was done in a very Deadpool-style.
Fans of the anti-hero Deadpool have been looking forward to the new movie. A release date for the movie was confirmed recently but there’s some more news regarding the character. Deadpool his getting his own animated TV show. According to a report, the as-yet-untitled animated TV show has been given a straight-to-series order by FXX.
At the end of the first Deadpool movie, it was revealed that Cable will be part of the second Deadpool movie, although exactly who will be picking up that mantle remains to be seen. We had previously heard that Kyle Chandler was up for consideration, and recent reports have suggested that Michael Shannon is one of the frontrunners for the role.
There has been a lot of excitement surrounding the sequel to the first Deadpool movie which did very well at the box office. It was actually the success of this R-Rated “superhero movie” that might have convinced Fox to opt for a similar rating for Logan as a result of which Hugh Jackman’s last outing as Wolverine is a lot darker and liberal as far as flowery language is concerned. […]
Following the runaway success of Deadpool in 2016 which not only did wonders for the R-rated movie category, but also allowed set the precedence of a successful R-rated superhero movie, safe to say that many are excited to see if Deadpool 2 will be able to replicate that success even with the movie’s original director Tim Miller no longer part of the project.
When Deadpool was released last year, it seemed to have set new standards for superhero movies in which it became the highest-grossing R-rated movie ever, which in turn inspired other movies to adopt a similar style, or at least that’s what we were told. This is also why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Deadpool also turned out to be 2016’s most pirated movie.
It was reported yesterday that the anti-hero Deadpool is going to make an appearance in the upcoming Wolverine movie. It’s Hugh Jackman’s last outing as the beast we all like and while yesterday we entertained the thought of him coming face to face again with Deadpool, it has been confirmed by the man who plays Deadpool himself that this is not going to happen.
With Deadpool being a surprising smash hit, it wasn’t surprising to learn that a sequel would be made. Now the thing with sequels is that sometimes you get an entirely new team behind it, which could be good or bad depending on how you look at it. For example the Saw franchise certainly seems to have lost some of its charm with the subsequent releases.
Deadpool had an amazing run at the box office, exceeding expectations and quickly becoming the top-grossing film in the United States so far this year. It held its ground against big-ticket movies like Batman v Superman, The Jungle Book, and Zootopia. Wade Wilson has finally been overtaken by none other than Steve Rogers himself. Captain America: Civil War has crossed Deadpool to become the top-grossing film in 2016.
It seems that Marvel’s Deadpool movie has been doing extremely well for itself as it not only set box office records, but it also became the highest grossing R-rated movie ever. Now it looks like the movie has set yet another record by becoming Fox’s best performing Digital HD title to date by selling as many as 1 million units within its first week.