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Deadpool is shaping up to be one of 2016's first big box office hits, with a report from last month claiming that the unconventional superhero adventure could earn more than $55 million in its opening weekend. With just nine days left until the Merc With the Mouth hits theaters, IMAX has released a new preview where director Tim Miller explains why fans should check out the movie in IMAX theaters when it debuts February 12. If that's not enough for you, we also have another excerpt from the Junkie Xl soundtrack that you can listen to.
Based upon Marvel Comics' most unconventional anti-hero, Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts »
Last week, Deadpool delivered two testicular cancer PSAs, asking his fellow man to touch themselves in the name of good health. Now the good doctor is back with an all-new video. This time, he's targeting women. And his latest video could save your life. The Marvel superhero is raising awareness about breast cancer with his very own Breast Cancer Examination tutorial. And of course, woman are asked to feel themselves up. Don't worry. It's all for a good cause.
The first videos, which we've included here, were made in conjunction with an organization known as Ball Boys, and has the Merc With the Mouth showing you how to check your "smooth criminals" for lumps, at least once a month. There is no new footage from the actual Deadpool movie itself in any of these three videos, but they are chocked full of this colorful character's unique sense of humor, while »
As you've likely noticed from the trailers and all of the other previously-released footage, Deadpool is not your everyday superhero. He curses up a storm and has no problem taking both his friends and enemies down a peg with his sarcastic sense of humor. But, despite his rough-around-the-edges nature, the Merc With the Mouth is still a good guy at heart, and in a new series of videos, Ryan Reynolds dons the maroon suit to help spread awareness for a worthy cause: testicular cancer. As you can imagine, these new Deadpool videos aren't your typical PSA's.
The videos were made in conjunction with an organization known as Ball Boys, where the Merc With the Mouth shows you how to check your "smooth criminals" for lumps, at least once a month. While we don't get any new footage from the actual Deadpool movie itself, it's chocked full of this colorful character's unique sense of humor, »
As Wade Wilson explains in the latest Deadpool sneak peek, he never asked to be super, and he's no hero. This TV spot is for the IMAX release of 20th Century Fox's big, bad R rated Marvel adventure. And it delivers a massive man in a red suit ready to wreck havoc for the love of his life. As we've seen in previous previews, this is a Valentine's movie, after all. So you can expect some IMAX sized thrills along with gigantic laughs and a few gut wrenching emotional sequences. And it's all contained in this quick clip, with comes screaming forth like a speeding train ready to take down anything in its path!
This latest 30 second sneak peek doesn't really give us any more new footage, but it's edited slightly to enhance the overall power that will be playing out on the big screen in just a few weeks. »
With less than three weeks left until Deadpool hits the big screen, anticipation for this superhero adventure is higher than ever, as we count down the days. To help make this excruciating wait just a bit more bearable, composer Junkie Xl has shared a new track from his soundtrack, entitled "Maximum Effort." While we don't know where exactly this track plays during the movie, it most certainly has a unique sound, but that is to be expected from this composer, who provided the score for last year's Mad Max: Fury Road.
If that wasn't enough, Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds took to his Twitter page earlier today to reveal a new photo, which features his title character unmasked, while pointing a gun at an unknown enemy. The photo also came with a unique message from the actor, which includes a reference to David Hoff, formerly known as David Hasselhoff. Here's what he had to say below. »
Following last night's TV spot from the highly-anticipated Deadpool, we have a slew of new videos and photos today. First up, we have a clip from 20th Century Fox UK, where Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is about to pop a big question to his girlfriend, Vanessa Carlyle (Morena Baccarin). We also have new TV spots, which teases this superhero's inclusion in the X-Men universe, as we see tiny glimpses of the X-Mansion plus new footage with Blind Al (Leslie Uggams). If that still wasn't enough for you, we even have new photos that show the Merc With the Mouth spoofing Fox's new X-Files event series.
Analysts started tracking the superhero adventure yesterday, with some even claiming that it could hit north of $60 million in its opening frame. The 20th Century Fox film will go up against Warner Bros. romantic comedy How to Be Single, which doesn't have any early tracking data yet, »
As the countdown continues towards Deadpool's release on February 12, 20th Century Fox, through the movie's official Twitter page, has revealed another TV spot with new footage. This footage features the Merc With the Mouth revealing the "money shot," which involves a sequence with Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand). We reported earlier this week that this superhero adventure is expected to open big at the box office.
Analysts started tracking the superhero adventure yesterday, with some even claiming that it could hit north of $60 million in its opening frame. The 20th Century Fox film will go up against Warner Bros. romantic comedy How to Be Single, which doesn't have any early tracking data yet, and Paramount's comedy sequel Zoolander 2, which analysts are predicting will open with $20 million. If these projections are accurate, the R-rated Deadpool will have a higher opening weekend than both the original X-Men and X-Men: First Class. »
Traditionally, the month February doesn't usually play host to many box office blockbusters, but that has changed in recent years. In 2014, The Lego Movie opened with a whopping $69 million, en route to a domestic take of $257.7 million, and last year, Fifty Shades of Grey broke the all-time February opening weekend record with $85.1 million, breaking The Passion of the Christ's 11-year record of $83.8 million. That same weekend, the second place finisher, Kingsman: The Secret Service, even fared quite well, opening with $36 million. The February tradition of new blockbusters is set to continue this year with Deadpool, with The Hollywood Reporter revealing the film is on pace for an opening weekend take of $55 million.
Analysts started tracking the superhero adventure yesterday, with some even claiming that it could hit north of $60 million in its opening frame. The 20th Century Fox film will go up against Warner Bros. romantic comedy How to Be Single, »
8 items from 2016
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