After years of rumors and speculation that it may happen, Ryan Reynolds will finally be donning the red suit and going out of his mind in the R-rated antihero film.
For such a long time, it was always rumored that a Deadpool film was in the works. I remember talking with friends about it possibly happening and just the excitement about there being a comic book film that could really just go all out…just really be unapologetic with all the gore and cuss words thrown around. Then things stalled for a while…and it seemed like the film would never get off the ground. But once the Comic Con footage that had been made was released…everyone remembered that they wanted a Deadpool film. Ladies and gentlemen, here it is: your first official trailer.
As you’ll notice, there’s two videos attached. One trailer will be the regular, safe version that you can watch in front of friends, family, children, or while you’re distracted at work. The second trailer…not so much. Aside from the lack of curse words and toned down gore, the two trailers are basically the same thing. Deadpool looks to be the type of film everyone wanted it to be, and Ryan Reynolds appears to be perfect for the role. The red band trailer really does have some treats though, especially from T.J. Miller who is truly just a comedic genius. The safe for work trailer doesn’t exactly get his brand of humor across as well, or just the humor of most of the scenes in the trailer. I highly recommend the red band trailer but again…it’s not safe for work.
GREEN BAND TRAILER
RED BAND TRAILER — NSFW
Deadpool is directed by Tim Miller, written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and stars Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Brianna Hildebrand, Andre Tricoteux, and Leslie Uggams. Deadpool will be in theaters February 12, 2016.